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On November 1st, Veolia Nuclear Solutions participated at the annual NDA Estate Supply Chain Event held at Event City, Manchester, and organised by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) for the industry.
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<span style="font-weight: 700;">Veolia Nuclear Solutions - Federal Services took part in the 4th annual National Clean Up workshop in Alexandria, VA on September 11-13. The conference brings together leaders of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the contracting community, and local stakeholders to discuss DOE’s progress on the cleanup of the U.S. environmental legacy left from the Cold War.</span>
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As leading influencers in the global radioactive waste industry descended on the 2018 Waste Management Symposia (WMS) last week, Veolia Nuclear Solutions took center stage in highlighting its world-class technology and expertise in providing a full-service nuclear remediation offering.
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On February, 19, Veolia’s Nuclear Solutions and its partners have formed the “Nuclear Innovation Consortium” in Toronto, Canada.
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On November 2nd, Veolia Nuclear Solutions, through its Oxford Technologies subsidiary, has won the prestigious 2017 Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Export Award for creating and designing the remote handling solution for the investigation work as part of the fuel debris retrieval at Fukushima Daiichi, Unit 2.
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When the leading influencers in the global radioactive waste industry descend on the 2017 Waste Management Symposia (WMS) in Phoenix this week, they’ll have a lot to talk about. From the latest trends and developments in radioactive waste management and disposal, to cutting-edge technologies and project updates from around the globe, the conference promises to again be the premier international gathering of professionals throughout the industry.
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Veolia Nuclear Solutions’ prototype tritium-removal system has surpassed a key international benchmark for commercial readiness while exceeding its design goals, confirming the technology is suitable for wide spread industrial application. The prototype technology, known as the Modular Detritiation System® (MDS®), represents a new and effective tool for nuclear sites worldwide to manage the radioactive isotope tritium.