Kim Cauthen, right, environmental engineer with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, leads a session -- or "Information Pod" -- on environmental monitoring and restoration the evening of Sept. 22, 2014, at Bluffton High School. Cauthen's presentation was one of four free public information sessions covering projects and missions at the Savannah River Site. Other topics included nuclear materials management, waste management and the Savannah River National Laboratory. The event was co-sponsored by the Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority and the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Kim Cauthen, right, environmental engineer with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, leads a session -- or "Information Pod" -- on environmental monitoring and restoration the evening of Sept. 22, 2014, at Bluffton High School. Cauthen's presentation was one of four free public information sessions covering projects and missions at the Savannah River Site. Other topics included nuclear materials management, waste management and the Savannah River National Laboratory. The event was co-sponsored by the Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority and the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce. Staff photo
Kim Cauthen, right, environmental engineer with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, leads a session -- or "Information Pod" -- on environmental monitoring and restoration the evening of Sept. 22, 2014, at Bluffton High School. Cauthen's presentation was one of four free public information sessions covering projects and missions at the Savannah River Site. Other topics included nuclear materials management, waste management and the Savannah River National Laboratory. The event was co-sponsored by the Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority and the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce. Staff photo

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