The multi-university Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (CRESP) has served DOE and its stakeholders since 1995, currently through a cooperative agreement (2006 – 2017) awarded to Vanderbilt University.
The objective of CRESP is to advance cost-effective, risk-based cleanup of the nation’s nuclear weapons production facility waste sites and cost-effective, risk-based management of potential future nuclear sites and wastes. This is accomplished by seeking to improve the scientific and technical basis for environmental management decisions by the Department of Energy (DOE) and by fostering public participation in that search.
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Hanford Risk Review
The primary goal of the Hanford Risk Review Project is to identify and characterize current and future risks and impacts to the public, workers and the environment from sources at Hanford More information on the review…
Fifteen years of CRESP reviews, reports, publications and other technical and scholarly products can be accessed via the CRESP Publication Search. Search now…
The CRESP Management Board is comprised of technical, engineering, scientific and policy experts from ten university consortium member institutions: Vanderbilt University, Howard University, New York University School of Law, Oregon State University, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey, University of Arizona, University of Pittsburgh, University of Wisconsin – Madison, and Georgia Institute of Technology.