DOE Defense Nuclear Facilities
All Defense Nuclear Facilities fall under the ownership and jurisdiction of the Department of Energy. Click the site names on the map below to see detailed descriptions.
|Primary Function||To process development, production engineering, manufacturing, surveillance, and evaluation of explosive components for the U.S. nuclear defense stockpile|
|Ongoing Operations||The City of Miamisburg created the Miamisburg Mound Community Improvement Corporation (MMCIC) in 1994 to manage redevelopment of the Mound site after it was decommissioned. The MMCIC is an economic development organization responsible for redevelopment and business growth at the site. It developed the Miamisburg Mound Comprehensive Reuse Plan, a redevelopment plan and implementation strategy, and created the Mound Advanced Technology Center (MATC), a business and scientific technology complex of 14 companies and more than 200 employees.|
Miamisburg Environmental Management Project (Miamisburg, OH) - The Miamisburg Environmental Management Project is a former manufacturing facility which underwent environmental remediation. As part of the environmental monitoring program, air, water, produce, and sediment samples are collected from the environment at distances up to 30 miles from the plant on a daily, weekly or quarterly basis as required. The Miamisburg EMP is located in Miamisburg, Ohio and is now the site of the Mound Advanced Technology Center (MATC), a business and scientific technology complex of 14 companies and more than 200 employees.