WCS Applauds AREVA’s Partnership With NAC International

For Immediate Release WCS Applauds Announcement of AREVA, NAC International Partnership To Support WCS Consolidated Spent Fuel Storage Proposal at Andrews   DALLAS, TEXAS (May 21, 2015) — Waste Control Specialists LLC (WCS) announced today that NAC International (NAC) has entered into an agreement with AREVA Inc in support of WCS’s proposal to store used…

AREVA Signs Up For Texas Storage Facility

AREVA signs up for Texas storage facility 21 May 2015  Researched and written by World Nuclear News AREVA Inc. is to take a lead role in designing, constructing and operating a proposed interim storage facility for used nuclear fuel in Texas, after signing an agreement to be Waste Control Specialist’s (WCS) exclusive primary subcontractor for the…

AREVA Inks Deal To Build, Operate Texas Storage Site

NUCLEAR WASTE: Areva inks deal to build, operate Texas storage site Hannah Northey, E&E reporter Published: Thursday, May 21, 2015 French nuclear giant Areva Inc. signed an agreement yesterday to build and operate the first U.S. private, temporary storage site for spent reactor fuel in the arid western corner of Texas. The company will work with…

AREVA Named Exclusive Subcontractor For WCS Consolidated Interim Used Fuel Storage Facility

CHARLOTTE, N.C., May 20, 2014 – AREVA Inc. and Waste Control Specialists LLC (WCS) announced today that they have signed an agreement allowing AREVA to be the exclusive primary subcontractor for the design, development, construction, operation and maintenance of the proposed WCS Consolidated Interim Storage Facility (CISF), offer services to support the transportation of nuclear…

WCS CEO Featured In May 2015 Nuclear News Magazine

The May 2015 edition of Nuclear News magazine features an interview with WCS CEO William Lindquist.  The reporter caught up with Lindquist after the February 9 announcement regarding the application for a license to store spent nuclear fuel. The interview, conducted in verbatim question and answer style, is an excellent summary of the proposal and…

Our Nuclear Waste Program Needs Reform—Here’s Why

Our Nuclear Waste Program Needs Reform – Here’s How By Greg R. White, Commissioner, Michigan Public Service Commission – 05/14/15 09:50 AM EDT As the 114th Congress prepares to convene its first hearing Friday on the federal government’s management of spent nuclear fuel, there is reason for optimism that the stars could be aligning to fix this broken…

Breaking Down Nuclear Waste as a Two Part Issue

GUEST COLUMN: Breaking down nuclear waste as a 2-part issue By Tom LaTourrette and Debra Knopman Monday, May 4, 2015 | 9:47 a.m. U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz recently announced two new decisions about how the nation plans to deal with nuclear waste. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is beginning a search for an interim…