THE 2022 RADWASTE SUMMIT

The RadWaste Summit is a forum to discuss challenges and solutions to the management and disposition of radioactive waste, as well as a powerful relationship-building opportunities to reach some of the most influential government officials and organizations.

Join 200+ commercial and federal radioactive waste decision makers and influencers to discuss updates, upcoming projects, existing policy, budget allocation and more.

Attend

Gather information through conference sessions, such as deterrence outlook, modernization strategy, updates from the National Nuclear Security Agency labs, Congressional initiatives and more!

Exhibit

Reach more than 200 highly-qualified, upper-level government and industry executives and experts over 3 days of the conference.

Sponsor

Become a sponsor to network and connect with commercial and federal radioactive waste decision makers.

2022 Speakers

Industry and government experts will inspire, present updates, and discuss business opportunities that you will be able to act on.

2022 includes speakers from the NNSA, the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, National Laboratories, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Defense, contractors, and more.

Ahmad Al-Daouk

Deputy Associate Administrator, Enterprise Stewardship
National Nuclear Security Administration

Joe Heckman

President, Waste Management
EnergySolutions

Jay Mullis

Acting Associate Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regulatory and Policy Affairs
Office of Environmental Management, U.S. Department of Energy

2022 Sponsors

RadWaste Monitor News Feed

Wrap Up: Huff at NEI; DOE advanced nuclear research awards

Friday, June 24th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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Kewaunee sale to EnergySolutions final by end of June, company says

Friday, June 24th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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DOE seeking public comment on nuke credits rules change

Friday, June 24th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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Simpson skeptical about Biden admin’s interim storage spending shuffle

Friday, June 24th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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DOE Nuclear Energy top line up in House’s first draft of 2023 budget

Friday, June 24th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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Enviros’ interim storage suit barking up the wrong tree, ISP says

Friday, June 24th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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NRC green lights use of TMI-1 decom trust fund for spent fuel, site restoration

Friday, June 17th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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Michigan still working to bring Palisades plant back online after closure

Friday, June 17th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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Oral arguments scheduled for Texas interim storage suit

Friday, June 17th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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New Mexico defends its right to sue in interim storage case

Friday, June 17th, 2022

Common environmental hazards and transportation corridors give New Mexico the right to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over a proposed interim storage facility in west Texas, the Land of Enchantment’s top lawyer said in court this week. In May, NRC argued that New Mexico has no jurisdiction to challenge the agency’s September decision to license […]

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Contact Us

General Questions and Customer Service:

Tel: 1-888-707-5814

Conference and Speaking Opportunities:

Nancy Berlin
Program Manager
Tel: 703-527-2764
Cell: 703-868-3129

Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities:

David Brumbach
Account Executive
Tel: 301-354-1774

Marketing and Registration:

Beth Wagner
Associate Brand Director
Tel: 301-354-2016

Operations:

Robin Hoye
Tel: 301-354-1640

Group Publisher:

Brian Nessen
Group Publisher
Tel: 713-705-1512