Radwaste Solutions is a bimonthly specialty magazine containing articles that discuss practical approaches and solutions to everyday problems and issues in all fields of radioactive waste management and facility remediation.
Included is coverage of the generation, handling, removal, treatment, cleanup, and disposal of radioactive (including mixed) waste. Articles are contributed by people working with utilities and those involved in U.S. Department of Energy site work, in the medical, legal, university, consulting, and commercial areas, as well as from all levels of government. Also included are articles on radwaste management programs and practices outside the United States, as well as guest editorials and letters to the editor, shorter thought-pieces, and articles on recent academic/technical advances detailing their immediate or planned practical applications.
All supporting documents (Fonts, Pictures, Xtentions, Plug-ins) required for use with the files must be included. A laser copy of the ad should be included, with any spot colors clearly labeled. Alternatively, color separations or Acrobat PDF proofs may be sent. PDF proofs must be clearly marked as proofs only and not for production. Files sent electronically (via e-mail or web) MUST be compressed to decrease file size and protect data.
To ensure accurate color reproduction, please check that 4-color ad files are built using only CMYK colors; 4-color acts which include spot colors or RGB images will be converted to CMYK before printing, which could affect the appearance of the ad in the final magazine.
Our professional designer can build a dynamic ad that will jump off the page. You provide copy and images, or we can source stock images, to create a distinctive ad that will make readers take notice! For pricing or more information, contact our advertising designer.
Radwaste Solutions offers several specialized marketing opportunities to enhance your print ad campaign. Options include inserts, outserts, belly bands, gatefolds, etc. Please contact the Advertising Department for availability, specifications and rates.
All products and services ad space is sold exclusively through our regional sales representatives. See below for information on employment/recruitment advertising.
All print ads of this type should be placed directly through the main Advertising Department at 1-800-682-6397 or by e-mail. In addition, the text from these ads will automatically be posted online to the ANS Career Center job board for two months free of charge.
Advertiser and advertising agency assume liability for all content (including text, representation, and illustrations) of advertisement printed, and also assume responsibility for any claims arising therefrom made against the publisher. The publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising that is not in keeping with the publication's specifications.
Published bimonthly by the American Nuclear Society. The magazine is typically mailed around the 17th of the first month of combined publication (e.g. the May-June issue will be in the mail by May 17). Cancellations are NOT accepted after the ad space reservation deadline for a given issue.
Provided account is paid within 60 days from the month in which the advertisement appeared, 15% of gross billing on space, color, and position will be allowed to recognized agencies. Other items such as back-up, tip-in, and similar production items, or the cost of artwork and reprints, are noncommissionable. Note: Invoices that remain unpaid beyond 60 days will be held accountable for the gross amount.
Advertisers will be short-rated if, within the calendar year of the first insertion, they do not use the amount of space upon which their billings have been established. Advertisers will be rebated if, within the calendar year of the first insertion, they have used sufficient additional space to warrant a lower rate than that at which they have been previously billed.
Frequency discounts apply to all insertions without respect to mixed sizes. Earned rate is based on total number of insertions within the calendar year. Spreads count as two insertions.
Last updated April 26, 2013, 11:36am CDT.