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Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems (MiNES 2023)
December 10–14, 2023
New Orleans, LA|New Orleans Marriott
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First container of test glass filled at Hanford’s Vit Plant
Bechtel and the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management announced on December 4 that the first set of test glass was successfully poured into a stainless-steel storage container designed to hold vitrified waste at Hanford’s Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, also known as the Vit Plant.
Sunday, August 6, 2023|7:45AM–3:00PM EDT
The 2023 ANS Utility Working Conference (UWC) Golf Tournament will be held at Hammock Bay at Marco starting at 8:30 am. This tournament is open to all conference attendees and guests.
Your foursome will be assigned after receipt of your registration and payment. You will be notified a week prior to the Tournament.
A $150 golf tournament fee is required from each UWC registered attendee. You may register your guest(s) for golf at a fee of $150 per person. The fee includes:
Club Rentals: $85+ tax (Six golf balls are included)
Transportation will be provided to/from the main hotel and Hammock Bay. Busses will leave from the San Marco entrance at 7:15am and will depart right after the Luncheon Award Ceremony.
Hammock Bay: 1370 Borghese Ln, Naples, Florida, 34114
The format of the tournament will be Best Ball Scramble. With this format each player will hit his/her drive. You select the best shot and everyone plays their next shot from that location. You continue this format until the ball is holed out.
We will make every attempt to have the teams evenly paired to keep the scores as competitive as possible. If you have someone that you wish to be paired with, please include during your registration.
If you are unable to participate in the golf tournament after you have registered, please contact the ANS Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org, immediately. No refunds will be issued after Friday, July 7; however, you may send a substitute. If you have any golf questions, please contact registrar.