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Offline Davidj

Crystal River Decommissioning
« on: Feb 28, 2013, 07:22 »
Yes, I know that Duke has opted for SafStor, but it makes sense that some decommissioning should be done, at least a site historical characterization.  Does anyone have any info on who might have the inside track on contracts?  I'm a PMP with MARSSIM and 15 years as a radeng and I worked at CR3 back in the mid-80s.

Offline snowman

Re: Crystal River Decommissioning
« Reply #1 on: Mar 01, 2013, 01:55 »
They will be companies that probably haven't even been thought of yet. In other words, this is years and years down the road. That plant will sit idle with minimum staffing for 10-15 years, if not more.

 


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