Project Cheetah, Launched Fifteen Years Ago to Advance Safety of all Aspects of Used Nuclear Fuel Management, Notches New Milestones

Project Cheetah, quietly rolled out in 2004, has produced some transformative technologies such as underground canister storage, double wall canister and forced gas dehydration that have made dry storage implementation increasingly more efficient with the storage systems evolving into vanishingly small dose emitters and impregnable fortresses of security.

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Ukraine’s Consolidated Interim Storage Project Poised to Make the Nation Self-Sufficient in Used Nuclear Fuel Storage in 2019
Group photo of the visitors and some Holtec team members; President Nedashkovsky and Director Rybchuk of Energoatom are in seventh and eighth positions from left. Holtec’s new Operation center stands in the near background, Philadelphia downtown looms on the horizon

Ukraine’s Consolidated Interim Storage Project Poised to Make the Nation Self-Sufficient in Used Nuclear Fuel Storage in 2019

In 2019, Ukraine will become the first country to have a fully-operational Consolidated Interim Storage facility (in the north of the country in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone).

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Double Wall Canister to Store & Transport Used Nuclear Fuel Enters Production at the Holtec Manufacturing Division in Pittsburgh
DWC Manufacturing Station in the Fabrication Bay at HMD

Double Wall Canister to Store & Transport Used Nuclear Fuel Enters Production at the Holtec Manufacturing Division in Pittsburgh

We are pleased to announce the start of manufacturing of the latest Holtec nuclear storage and transport container, a version designed for Ukraine, christened the Double Wall Canister (DWC).

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