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                                              to the March 2021 edition of
                                              SRNS Today

                          Stuart MacVean      Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) cares. We care about our community, our
                     SRNS President and CEO   environment, our commitment to our customer and to the safety and security of our
                                              nation. It’s evident in our consistently successful fundraising campaigns for various
                                              charities; our innovative accomplishments in environmental cleanup; our partnerships
                              On the cover    with local colleges and universities; and the way we look for new and better ways to
                                Two massive   accomplish our nuclear material missions.
                             generators, prior
                               to shipment to   SRNS recently assisted in preparing railroad gondola cars for the U.S. Department
                            Terrebonne Parish,   of Energy (DOE) to sell to an international nuclear services company and shipped two
                             Louisiana, where   diesel generators to Louisiana to help mitigate flooding in Terrebonne Parish, proving
                             they will be used   that we are committed to being good stewards of government resources.
                            to control flooding
                            during the region’s   H Area personnel found an innovative way to monitor the HB Line control room
                             legendary storms  during night shifts, saving $1.8 million annually, and Area Cleanup personnel have
                                              implemented a cleanup technology to reduce radioactive iodine-129 found in soil and
                                              groundwater around the center of Savannah river Site (SRS). SRNS personnel are
                                              constantly searching for new and better ways to accomplish our missions.
                                              SRNS continued our legacy of community giving by raising over $150,700 for the
                                              American Heart Association (AHA) Heart Walk campaign. We were also recently
                                              recognized by the United Way of the CSRA and the United Way of Aiken County for our
                                              successful 2020 United Way Campaign.

                                              SRNS employees believe in and embody our company values. It is true that our main
                                              goals are environmental management and the safe and secure execution of nuclear
                                              security missions, but, year after year, we prove that we are capable of excelling at
                                              these responsibilities while also giving consideration and energy to helping others.
                                              I hope you enjoy this month’s edition of SRNS Today.

                                              Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC, is a Fluor-led company whose members are Fluor Federal Services, Newport
                                              News Nuclear and Honeywell. Since August 2008, SRNS has been the management and operating contractor for
                                              the Savannah River Site, a Department of Energy-owned site near Aiken, South Carolina, including the Savannah
                                              River National Laboratory. The SRNS corporate and community offices are located in the renovated 1912 “Old Post
                                              Office” building in Aiken, S.C. The primary initiatives of SRNS are national security, clean energy and environmental
                                              stewardship. SRNS Today is published monthly by SRNS Corporate Communications to inform our employees
                                              and other stakeholders of the company’s operational- and community-related activities. If you have questions or
                                              comments, please contact us at 803.952.6131 or visit our website.

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