Annual Site Environmental Reports
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) sites conducting significant environmental protection
programs prepare Annual Site Environmental Reports (ASERs). The purposes of ASERs are to
present environmental data so as to characterize site environmental management performance,
confirm compliance with environmental standards and requirements, and highlight significant
programs and efforts (DOE 1990a). ASERs document the potential radiological and
nonradiological impacts of DOE operations on the public and environment near each site.
- Guidance for the Preparation of the Department of Energy Annual Site Environmental Reports for Calendar Year 2009 (June 2010, 344,545 bytes, 39 pp.)
- Guidance for Preparation of the 2008 Annual Site Environmental Reports (August 2009, 847,522 bytes, 36 pp.)
- Summary Site Environmental Report Radiological Doses and Releases 1990 - 1994 (DOE/EH-0644, September 2001) (1,565,038 bytes, 136 pp.)
- Summary Annual Site Environmental Report Radiological Doses and Releases 1998-2001 (DOE/EH-0692, December 2004) (938,410 bytes, 181 pp.)
Reports by Operations and Field Offices
To view or download guidance on preparing Annual Site Environmental Reports as a portable document format (PDF) file, please click here . This PDF file is 468,127 bytes and 38 pp. long).
To see the number of Annual Site Environmental Reports (SERs) available in the Forrestal Building, Room 3G-089, please select from the list below:
For further information on accessing the SER library, please contact Kimberly Downing at (202) 586-5227 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.