Savannah River


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Savannah River

A river, about 500 km (310 mi) long, rising in northwest South Carolina and flowing southeast along the South Carolina-Georgia border to the Atlantic Ocean.
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Noun1.Savannah River - a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the AtlanticSavannah River - a river in South Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic
Palmetto State, SC, South Carolina - a state in the Deep South; one of the original 13 colonies
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I promised Senator Lindsey Graham during my confirmation hearing that I would visit the Savannah River Site to become fully acquainted with this community, and Im happy to be here today to fulfill that promise, said Administrator Gordon-Hagerty.
Childs has also ruled South Carolina couldn't claim the feds were violating the constitution by failing to complete the mixed-oxide fuel project at the Savannah River Site, a sprawling former nuclear weapons plant
The Savannah River impacts the ecosystems and biodiversity of each adjacent oxbow lake.
He reminds us that the Savannah River was treacherous (63).
Savannah River Financial Corporation is the holding company of Savannah River Banking Company.
31 January 2014 -- Georgia US-based bank holding company First Community Corp (NASDAQ: FCCO) and South Carolina US-based Savannah River Financial Corp have jointly announced that a merger under which First Community will acquire Savannah River has received the necessary approvals from the shareholders of both companies.
First Community Corporation, the holding company of First Community Bank, and Savannah River Financial Corporation, the holding company of Savannah River Banking Company, have merged.
Radioactive liquid waste is stored at the Savannah River Site in 47 underground storage tanks that vary in capacity from 850,000 to 1.
Michalske, Executive Vice-President and Director of the Savannah River National Laboratory.
Hundreds of people were put to work building this new facility that will save money, dramatically reduce emissions at the Savannah River Site, and help the [Department of Energy] to achieve our energy saving goals.
The equipment will be installed in large underground tanks at the Department of Energy's Savannah River Site to prepare the highly radioactive waste for processing, and transfer it to on-site remediation facilities.
Then it's off, by heavily armed rail or truck convoy, to the Savannah River site in South Carolina.

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