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Parsons has won a position on a five-year, $200 million multiple-award task order contract to facilitate environmental-related projects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District. The company said Monday it will have the opportunity to bid on task orders that will support USACE environmental and associated obligations, including investigations into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances at Department of Defense sites.

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General Atomics‘ electromagnetic systems business unit has demonstrated the capability of its industrial supercritical water oxidation system to eliminate per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances-contaminated leachate from a municipal landfill. The iSCWO system is being tested at GA-EMS’ facility in San Diego in collaboration with landfill operators to gather test data verifying the technology’s capability to eliminate PFAS […] More
The United States has the largest defense expenditures among all nations globally. In the year 2022 alone, the nation’s expenditure amounted to a staggering $877 billion—more than the next ten countries combined at $849 billion. As we delve into the year 2023, defense allocation accounts for 16.4% of the federal government’s budget, translating to a […] More
Amentum will lead an industry team to conduct decontamination and decommissioning efforts at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Piketon, Ohio, under an approximately $5.87 billion contract from the Department of Energy. DOE selected Southern Ohio Cleanup Company to demolish facilities, dispose of uranium material and treat contaminated soil and groundwater on-site, Amentum said Monday. […] More
James Epting, a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, was appointed at HII as senior vice president for National Nuclear Security operations and programs for Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, according to a LinkedIn post published Sunday. He brings to the role nearly four decades of experience overseeing nuclear operations, policy and programs for NNSA and the […] More
The U.S. Army has awarded contracts to 10 small businesses under the first phase of the Small Business Innovation Research program to enable them to further develop their proposed platforms in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning and clean technology. Each business will receive up to $250,000 to work on AI and ML […] More
Advanced materials company UbiQD aims to further develop its fluorescent quantum dot technology for greenhouse roofing applications under a small business contract from NASA. NASA will provide funds that match private investment commitments to help expand the UbiGro product for potential use in space crop production, the New Mexico-based company said Monday. The technology, which […] More
Consolidated Nuclear Security will continue managing and operating two nuclear facilities in Tennessee and Texas under a recently awarded extension contract from the National Nuclear Security Administration. The Department of Energy said the award is meant to ensure that work at the Y-12 National Security Complex and Pantex Plant will carry on while NNSA is […] More
A joint venture of Aleut Federal‘s environmental remediation subsidiary and Geosyntec Consultants has received a three-year subcontract to outsource personnel for cleanup efforts at the Department of Energy’s Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Kentucky. The A2RGC JV will deploy staff to provide technical and professional services to Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership, the prime contractor responsible for PGDP’s […] More
Kevin Leonard, president and CEO of Technica, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz regarding his choice to join the company back in September as well as the core values that drive its substantial growth and company culture. In addition, Leonard also discussed Technica’s growth from a $30 million company to more than $123 million in the highly competitive federal marketplace, […] More
Battelle developed a closed-loop, on-site platform designed to destroy per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances or “forever chemicals” in contaminated water and conducted a pilot demonstration of the technology in early March at a wastewater treatment facility run by Heritage-Crystal Clean in Michigan. The Battelle PFAS Annihilator Mobile Unit can break down PFAS chemicals to non-detectable levels […] More
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