Veolia Nuclear Solutions’ Prototype Tritium-Removal System Surpasses International Readiness Benchmark for Commercial Use
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 […]
Nuclear-waste recovery startup Kurion Inc. has bought Abingdon, U.K.-based Oxford Technologies.
Kurion, a nuclear-waste management startup, named Jacques Besnainou, a former executive at one of the world’s largest nuclear services companies, Areva, as president. Irvine, Calif.-based Kurion is doing cleanup work at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, as well as at Hanford Site, a nuclear waste dump in the U.S.
An environmental cleanup company with engineering headquarters in Richland, Washington, has just flown its second water treatment system to Japan with a massive plane
U.S. radioactive waste management company Kurion Inc. said it had received a contract for deployment of a second Kurion Mobile Processing System to assist clean up efforts at Fukushima.
Plant owner Tokyo Electric Power Co. finally has a process that removes all radionuclides except for tritium, which is bonded into water molecules. Existing tritium-removal techniques are deemed too costly and impractical. So the Japanese government is funding the development of promising alternatives.