The 2017 RadWaste Summit will explore the themes, New Priorities, Regulations, and Opportunities
As the industry moves into Q4 of the Trump administration and Replublican controlled Congress and faces changes with the existing policy, budget alloacation, project priorities, and more. The following sessions are new-
- Commercial Waste Disposal Priorities and Advocacy
- Local Regulatory Impact
- International Case Studies
- Commercial Decommissioning Case Studies
- Yucca Mountain Restart
- Infrastructure Investments Enterprise-wide
- Congressional Outlook
The full agend can be found here.
The RadWaste Summit is a powerful relationship-building and marketing opportunity, giving attendees access to hard-to-reach executives representing some of the world’s most influential government officials and organizations. It’s the must-attend event for waste managers, program managers, environmental specialists, C-level scientists and beyond to network, get high-level strategic updates, and connect on business opportunities.
Theses are some benefits of attending-
Hear about a variety of topics tha cover the full spectrum of radioactive waste on both commercial and federal sides, Meet with more that 300 waste managers, lab directors, site managers, business dvevelopment excecutives, analysits, scientists, and more to discuss war stories lessons learned and solutions to bring back your facility, get top level insight from DOE representatives from not only the Office of Environmental management, but prespectives from the Office of Nuclear Energy, Office of Science, and other key sites, network with key players in the industry to forge relationships and create new business when contracts are awarded in 2017 and beyond, and hear about how the Trump administration will impact the radioactive waste industry, from Yucca mountain to new plants beyond.
The Sessions in 2017 include:
- DOE Priorities
- Office of Environmental Management and Office of Civil Radioactive Waste Management
- NRC Priorities
- Dead Plant Society: Commercial Waste Disposal Priorities and Advocacies
- Major DOE Cleanup Sites Update
- Tank Waste Treatment Facility Commissioning