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Studsvik

About Studsvik
Studsvik, a Swedish based international market leader in nuclear technology and radiological services, delivers waste treatment services to nuclear power producers and suppliers to the nuclear power industry in the USA. The services include treatment of low and intermediate level waste in a facility in Erwin, Tennessee, and treatment of low level waste, metallic material and large components from nuclear power plants in a facility in Memphis, Tennessee. The primary purpose of the treatment is to achieve volume-reduction and stabilization of waste before disposal.

Studsvik registered with NukeWorker on 08/02/2012. They have posted a total of 1 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.


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