ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, AND RISK ASSOCIATES (ESRA) REPORT POSTED ON WEBSITE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR, AGENCY FOR NUCLEAR PROJECTS, NUCLEAR WASTE PROJECT OFFICE

 

BOCA RATON, FLORIDA -  May 19, 2003 -   Environment, Safety, and Risk Associates Corporation (ESRA) announces that its report, Survey Results of Environmental Representatives of all New Mexico Native American Pueblos and Reservations on the Risks Associated with the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) and its Transuranic Nuclear Waste Transportation Routes, can be viewed and downloaded on the website of the State of Nevada, Office of the Governor, Agency for Nuclear Projects, Nuclear Waste Project Office, through any of these links:

 

http://www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/socio.htm

http://www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/news2003/pdf/esra03apr.pdf

http://www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/archive.htm

http://www.state.nv.us/nucwaste/

This report can be also be accessed on the ESRA website at:

http://www.esracorp.com

A more detailed version, containing risk calculations and further analyses of this report, has been submitted for publication.

Headquartered in the Royal Palm Towers in Boca Raton, Florida, ESRA offers expertise in risk analyses, assessment, management, training, and safety in the construction, environmental, geological, mining, nuclear, and radioactive waste engineering areas.  ESRA caters to a multidisciplinary group of agencies, attorneys, contractors, engineers, finance professionals, scientists, and a variety of governmental, tribal, and industrial clients. The ESRA team consists of an outstanding and independent group of engineers, scientists, and contractors.  ESRA is a female-owned small business serving local, state, national, and international enterprises.