Scott M. Sax became president of Washington Closure Hanford and project manager of Hanford’s River Corridor Closure Project in December 2013. He is responsible for leading cleanup of the $2.5-billion, 10-year project-the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) largest environmental cleanup closure project.
Sax has 29 years of experience in the nuclear industry. Before joining Washington Closure, he served as Director of Spent Fuel Management at the URS-led Sellafield project in the United Kingdom, where he oversaw a $440-million annual budget and a 2,500-member workforce.
Previously, Sax served as the director of Washington Closure’s Operations Programs from 2006 to 2008. He joined Washington River Protection Solutions in 2008 as its chief operating officer and later led its single-shell tank retrieval organization.
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