With 2021 now well underway, decommissioning activities at the Oyster Creek and Pilgrim decommissioning sites continue to progress, a testament to the strong focus on safety, precision and innovation at both locations.
The year 2020 marked many milestones for Holtec, in spite of a global pandemic that has challenged us all.
Holtec International has reached a positive agreement with Lacey Township regarding the prompt decommissioning of the former Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station.
Holtec’s fleet approach to decommissioning allows sites to share resources, multiply experience and expertise, and learn from each other’s best practices. Working together as a fleet is spelling success for the Pilgrim and Oyster Creek Decommissioning Sites.
The decommissioning of Oyster Creek and Pilgrim Station continue to progress with safety, precision and efficiency.
From safely moving fuel to dismantling key components and using the latest innovative radioactive waste storage equipment, decommissioning activities at Pilgrim and Oyster Creek are moving forward with utmost safety and precision.
Decommissioning activities at Holtec’s Oyster Creek and Pilgrim sites continue to move forward on schedule.
Former Camden, New Jersey Police Chief and current Holtec Executive Director of Global Security, J. Scott Thomson, had a distinguished 27-year career in a city that was once dubbed “America’s Most Dangerous City.”
Over the past few months, Holtec International and its employees have worked closely with community organizations to offer support for our neighbors and front-line health care workers.
Holtec International’s pre-eminent consideration in all of its decommissioning plans and actions is protecting public health and safety and preserving the environment.