2023 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 more than 300+ 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 Summit Photos

2022 Speakers

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

2022 included 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

Publication Notice

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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Brinton on leave of absence from DOE; Petry asked to stay on as acting nuclear waste chief

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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DOE announces billion-dollar bailout for Diablo Canyon plant

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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Federal nuke waste organization should be ‘top priority’ for Congress, National Academy report says

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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After DOE bailout plan collapses, Holtec back to decommissioning Palisades plant

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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Whitmer calls Palisades bailout miss a “temporary setback,” lauds restart efforts

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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Texas defends right to sue NRC over interim storage

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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NM Gov Grisham asks Biden to block Holtec interim storage site

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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Wrap-up: Granholm, Huff talk nuclear at COP27; Progress on Fukushima wastewater plan; Another Ukraine nuke plant loses offsite power

Friday, November 18th, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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NRC greenlights work on rule giving tribal governments advance notice of rad materials shipments

Friday, November 18th, 2022

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in a recent vote gave agency staff permission to start work on a proposed rulemaking that would require licensees shipping highly-radioactive materials to notify tribal governments about such shipments. NRC’s five-member executive committee voted unanimously Oct. 17 to approve the proposed rulemaking activity, according to agency documents published Nov. 10.  The […]

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