UniTech Fall 2013 Newsletter

UniTech Partners with PSE&G for Zion Airlock Decontamination

Recently, UniTech successfully decontaminated an airlock for Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G).

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Ask the Nuclear Protective Clothing Expert

Fabrics contribute greatly to UniTech’s unique and well-rounded clothing program. UniTech’s protective clothing line offers excellent comfort and matchless protection, which were developed through years of research and experience.

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UniTech Second Annual R3 Nuclear Workshop for Nuclear Professionals Covers Economic, Environmental, Technological, and Regulatory Topics

More than 80 nuclear industry professionals filled sessions at UniTech Services Group’s second annual U.S. Users Group, the UniTech R3 Nuclear Workshop, which was held in June in Chicago.

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UniTech Partners with French Site for Unique Overhaul

UniTech recently began a partnership with AREVA La Hague. The La Hague site provides the first step in the recycling of spent fuel from nuclear reactors in Germany, Italy and France. It is the first industrial center of its kind in the world.

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Study Confirms ProTech Clothing System’s Long Life Cycle and Lowest Environmental Impact

PE International, an independent engineering and software consulting company, recently conducted a study to compare the environmental performance of UniTech’s ProTech garment systems with OREX disposable suits.

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QA Brief

UniTech has a unique advantage in monitoring scaffolding, scrap and other material for trace amounts of radioactive contamination. UniTech designs and manufactures specialized monitors as well as the calibration and check sources required for these monitors.

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New Staff

Jim Outos recently joined UniTech as a Manager of Technical Accounts for Canada. Aaron Schiefelbein became a Health Physics Technician for UniTech’s Morris plant in June. Mike Taylor was also recently hired as a Health Physics Technician for the Morris plant.

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UniTech Services Canada Ltd. Receives Waste Nuclear Substance License

UniTech Services Canada Ltd. has obtained a Waste Nuclear Substance License, which allows it to better support its Canadian customers. Often, customers have materials that require decontamination or demobilization but don’t have, or choose not to use, their export licenses.

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