radioactive spill decontamination News

  • U.S. Company`s unique decontamination technology used in Japan to remediate Fukushima school campus

    CBI Polymers Inc., the U.S.-based innovator of DeconGel® nuclear decontaminant, announced today the collaborative effort to remediate radiation from the campus of the Asahimachi Baptist Church and Little Lamb Kindergarten in Fukushima, Japan, in a project CBI Polymers calls “Restore Playtime.”   CBI Polymers donated its DeconGel® nuclear decontaminant and the manpower to ...


    By METIS Scientific

  • CBI Polymers receives export award from the U.S. Department of Commerce

    Honolulu, Hawaii, August 9, 2011 — CBI Polymers Inc., received an export achievement award from the U.S. Department of Commerce on August 1, 2011 for its philanthropic work to provide aid in the clean-up efforts of Hungary’s toxic mud spill last year and the more recent nuclear catastrophe in Japan.  Presented by Suresh Kumar, Assistant Secretary for Trade Promotion and Director ...


    By METIS Scientific

  • Use of DeconGel® for Beryllium cleanup wins ESS&H achievement award

    CBI Polymers, a subsidiary of Cellular Bioengineering, Inc., is pleased to announce that National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and Safety and Ecology Corporation (SEC) have won the Environmental, Security, Safety and Health (ESS&H) Achievement Award in recognition of their innovative use of DeconGel® as a beryllium decontamination technique for the mitigation and abatement of hazardous ...


    By METIS Scientific

  • Dade Moeller Announces 1,000,000 Safe Work Hours Achieved

    Dade Moeller is pleased to announce that its team of dedicated employees has surpassed a significant milestone – working safely for one million hours without an OSHA recordable injury. This is an important achievement for any company, but especially for one like Dade Moeller, which provides worker safety and radiological protection services to government and commercial customers across the ...

  • ASTM D6429 - 99(2011)e1 standard guide for selecting surface geophysical methods

    This guide applies to commonly used surface geophysical methods for those applications listed in Table 1. The rating system used in Table 1 is based upon the ability of each method to produce results under average field conditions when compared to other methods applied to the same application. An “A” rating implies a preferred method and a “B” rating implies an alternate ...


    By ASTM International

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