Former Naval Shipyard Hunters Point

Radiological Cleanup


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The purpose of this web page is to share information about the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard  (HPNS) Radiological Cleanup Program and provide information on the current review of questionable data related to radiological soil samples and building surveys taken by a Navy contractor. The Navy will develop a plan to resolve any questions related to the radiological cleanup.   

Public safety and environmental protection are the highest priority as the Navy and its partners  conduct investigation and cleanup work at HPNS.


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Learn More: The Navy has developed the following list of relevant and timely topics about its cleanup program at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS). We hope that members of the community and media representatives will find this tool useful to better understand environmental cleanup efforts at the Shipyard.  READ MORE> 

 


UNDERSTANDING  Radiation
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Learn More: Radiation is energy given off by atoms. Everyone is exposed to radiation every day from natural and man-made source, like medical X-rays or smoke detectors.  READ MORE> 

 

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Learn More: Find out about upcoming Navy Community Meeting, including schedules, locations and other details. We have updated our BRAC website with the most recent anncouncements.  READ MORE> 

 

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