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Studsvik and Beijing DYNATECH Co., Ltd. (DYNATECH) has executed a Framework Agreement under which DYNATECH will supply Studsvik’s newest proprietary fluid bed steam reforming (FBSR) process for the treatment of radioactive waste to the Chinese nuclear power industry. Studsvik will support the successful deployment of the FBSR process by providing design, engineering and consulting services to DYNATECH during a defined period of technology transfer between the two companies.
On the image are: Mr Mononen and Mr Yang.
November 28-30 the 28th OECD/NEA SCIP meeting was held in Studsvik with 14 countries represented and participation of over 60 nuclear experts.
(This is an update from the previous message dated September 26 regarding the Studsvik Hot Cell Labs) Following the erroneous activation of the fire suppression system within the Studsvik Hot Cell Laboratory facility a few weeks ago, the incident resulted in radioactive contamination within the lab itself. This contamination has now been removed and the Hot Cell Laboratory facility has resumed operation.