Article Archive for March 2013
During the meeting the head of the enterprise informed that INPP took all possible measures to renew the dialog between the Ignalina NPP, B1 (Interim Spent Fuel Storage Facility)
EM’s Office of Packaging and Transportation (OPT) recently released its annual report for fiscal year 2012, highlighting more than 13,000 hazardous material shipments across almost 6 million miles. EM made about three-fourths of those shipments.
3M’s newest line of safety eyewear, 3M SecureFit Protective Eyewear, enhances comfort and wearability by seamlessly integrating self-adjusting temples and a secure fit into a single product.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) is reviewing and updating its liability for nuclear decommissioning and waste management and has advised the Government that its estimate of the liability has increased by an amount of $2.4 billion.
The DLRO10 and DLRO10X are fully automatic and feature multiple operating modes including normal, auto, continuous and high power.
In the report, Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey, set out how the UK’s nuclear industry can work with Government to deliver an industry strategy to support UK growth.
Following a one-day public hearing, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) recently announced its decision to renew Ontario Power Generation’s Darlington Waste Management Facility operating licence, for a period of ten years.
Vince Cable announces new funding awards that will enhance the supply chain and increase opportunities in the nuclear industry
The new MSA V-Gard GRN (for green) Hard Hat is the first industrial safety product produced from nearly 100% renewable resources.
For more than thirty years, 25 tonnes of sodium metal was stored at the Dorset site in a variety of containers, the result of past research projects at Winfrith, Dounreay and Hunterston in Scotland, and Cadarache in France.