The year 2020 marked many milestones for Holtec, in spite of a global pandemic that has challenged us all.
Atomic Safety and Licensing Board Denies Petitioners’ Motions, NRC Concludes Public Comment Period on Draft Environmental Impact Statement, U.S. Nuclear Industry Council Supports HI-STORE and NEI to Host a New Mexico Used Fuel Transportation Symposium.
We are pleased to announce that the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) has issued a draft environmental impact statement for Holtec International’s proposed consolidated interim storage facility (CISF) called HI-STORE CISF in southeastern New Mexico.
This publication is for key stakeholders, like you, interested in learning more about HI-STORE, Holtec International’s proposed Consolidated Interim Storage Facility (CISF) in Southeastern New Mexico.
We bid a fond goodbye to 2019 which will stand out in our company’s annals as a watershed year when we began the implementation of several new ambitious initiatives that will shape our endeavors for decades to come.
At Holtec, 2018 will be remembered as the year when the Company’s four-year quest to launch its decommissioning program reached a successful milestone.
John Heaton, Vice Chair of the Eddy-Lea Energy Alliance, writes that the proposed Holtec interim storage facility is the safest, most secure and robust storage facility in the world.
In a letter dated February 28, 2018, the USNRC notified Holtec International of its affirmative acceptance review of the license application for the proposed consolidated interim storage facility called HI-STORE CIS.
The year 2017 will be remembered as a momentous year for our Company; it is the year when our 50-acre technology campus consisting of two heavy manufacturing plants and a modern seven-story office building on the Delaware River waterfront in the city of Camden opened for business.
We are pleased to announce the start of the second phase of the licensing program which is focused on expanding the scope of HI-STORE CIS facility to hold the multitude of canister types that are currently in-use at the nation's nuclear plant sites.