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Deep Isolation to license its waste disposal technology to Amentum
Deep Isolation announced that it has signed a memorandum of agreement with engineering services company Amentum to further the commercialization of Deep Isolation’s nuclear waste storage and disposal technology around the world. The initial targets for joint work include locations in Europe and the Pacific that represent a combined market for geologic disposal of spent fuel and high-level waste worth more than $30 billion, the company said.
Yanhua Yang, Yixue Chen, Hao Zhang, Hui Yu, Guang Zhao, Xiaoliang Fu, Zhanquan Liu, Wentao Mo [The State Nuclear Power Software Development Center, State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation LTD]
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