INMM-USNIC Symposium Takes 360-Degree Look At Global Spent Fuel Management
World News: 17:11 GMT Friday 12th January 2018. [Michele Kearney's Nuclear Wire via SPi World News]
Nuclear Infrastructure Council
INMM-USNIC Symposium Takes 360-Degree Look
At Global Spent Fuel Management
Institute for Nuclear Materials Management
33rd Spent Fuel Management Seminar
In Conjunction with the U.S. Nuclear Infrastructure Council
January 23-25, 2018
Leading representatives from international, U.S. government, industry and academic enterprises will focus on spent fuel management globally at the 33rd Spent Fuel Management Seminar on January 23-25 presented by the Institute for Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) in partnership with the U.S. Nuclear Infrastructure Council.
The forum includes representatives from seven countries ranging from Sweden to China to Japan to Spain as well as perspectives from the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board, Idaho National Laboratory, Savannah River National Laboratory and the World Nuclear Transport Institute as well as key global industry experts.
DOE Associate Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy Raymond Furstenau will sound a keynote on U.S. Nuclear Energy and Its Future with special addresses slated on the status of spent fuel management globally and international transportation of spent fuel. Featured panels included the political landscape and decommissioning initiatives.
Topical focuses include spent fuel transport research and development; spent fuel technology and projects; transportation and aging management; used fuel campaigns; and private sector initiatives.
A final advance agenda can be viewed, HERE.
Media registration is required in advance.
The United States Nuclear Infrastructure Council (USNIC) is the leading U.S. business consortium advocate for nuclear energy and promotion of the American supply chain globally. Composed of nearly 100 companies, USNIC represents the 'Who's Who' of the nuclear supply chain community, including key utility movers, technology developers, construction engineers, manufacturers and service providers. USNIC encompasses eight working groups and select task forces. For more information visit www.usnic.org.
INMM is a nonprofit technical organization with worldwide membership of engineers, scientists, technicians, managers, policymakers, analysts, commercial vendors, educators, and students. The Institute promotes leading research and development as well as the practical application of new concepts, approaches, techniques and equipment for managing nuclear materials. The INMM is recognized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) with the responsibility for two major standards committees related to nuclear materials, N14 and N15. As a fundamentally technically-focused organization, the INMM is an invaluable resource for expert assessments and consultation. For more information visit www.inmm.org.
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