Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station consists of three PWR units located in western Arizona, 45 miles west of Phoenix and is the only nuclear generating facility in the world not located adjacent to a large body of above-ground water, evaporating water from treated sewage to meet its cooling needs.
The site is owned jointly by Arizona Public Service, Salt River Project, El Paso Electric, So. California Edison, PNM Resources, SCPPA, LADWP and is operated by APS. The units were put into service in 1986 and 1988 and generate 3,937 MW.
BHI Site Manager: Darlene Wallace
Recruiter: Joey Melanson
800-225-0385 X1272, email@example.com
BHI Director: Frederick Campbell, (774)283-3711, Fred.firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Palo Verde outage. Please report to the B-SAFE building at 0600 on your assigned report date and remember to bring a current ID. You will be inside the Palo Verde Owner Controlled Area so you or your vehicle are subject to search at any time. Make sure there is no contraband in your vehicle or on your person.
No Guns, Ammo, Knives, Alcohol (including empty containers) or drugs. If you have to ask if it’s contraband, it probably is and don’t bring it on site!
A BHI representative will meet you to complete in-processing paperwork and give you your Training Schedule.
5801 South Wintersburg Road Tonopah, AZ 85354
From westbound Interstate 10, take the Wintersburg Rd exit south approximately 6 miles. Palo Verde will be on your left.
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For APS 2021 discounted rates, email Megan Newman at email@example.com
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