In this MIT Technology Review article, journalist Wudan Yan discussed options current options and challenges for nuclear waste including Deep Isolation’s solution.
Transcript coming soon.
Deep Isolation will speak and exhibit at the Waste Management Symposia in March in Phoenix, Arizona.
Waste360 recently sat down with Rod Baltzer, chief operation officer of Deep Isolation, to discuss Deep Isolation’s technology and its plan to provide permanent disposal of radioactive spent fuel.
Welp Magazine included Deep Isolation on a list of 25 emerging leaders in the nuclear industry for the company’s equitable and environmentally protective solution for nuclear waste storage or disposal.
“Mountains of research confirms that unlocking innovation requires diversity of thought and diversity of people. ” – Geri Strengel, Forbes
From flying cars to nuclear waste, The Org interviewed the CEOs of some of the most promising Seed and Series A stage sustainability startups in the San Francisco Bay Area. We discussed their market, challenges, target buyers, and team strategy.
Industry experts agree that deep geological repositories are needed for long-term storage of spent reactor fuel. They’re also digging for alternative methods.
Chris Parker, Joint Managing Director of Deep Isolation, EMEA will participate as a panel member in the webinar, “Understanding Deep Borehole Disposal Technology in the context of Spent Fuel and High-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal: History, Status, Opportunities and Challenges,” hosted by the International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation (IFNEC) on Thursday, November 5, 2020.
Please have a look at this discussion of possible ways to deal with nuclear waste. The latest speaker is James Taylor (no- not that James Taylor!), General Manager of the environmental division of Bechtel’s Nuclear, Security, & Environmental global business unit.