Studsvik signs disposal agreement with EnviroCare

Studsvik signs disposal agreement with EnviroCare Studsvik has signed a disposal agreement with Envirocare of Utah Inc., the owner and operator of the disposal site for radioactive waste in Utah. The agreement enables Studsvik to dispose of the process residue from its radioactive waste processing facility in Erwin, TN at competitive prices. For further information please contact: Hans-Bertil Håkansson, President and Chief Executive Officer, phone +46 155 22 10 26 or Jerry Ericsson, Chief Financial Officer, phone +46 155 22 10 32 Facts about Studsvik Studsvik is a high-tech company, focusing on the nuclear power industry and nuclear medicine. Business is conducted through four Strategic Business Units (SBUs): Nuclear Technology, Waste & Decommissioning, Industrial Services and Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Technology offers products and services related to nuclear power plant operation. These include the testing and analysis of nuclear fuel and materials, computer codes for reactor operation, and consulting. Activities are dependent on Studsvik's nuclear reactors and specialist laboratories, located outside Nyköping. Waste & Decommissioning Waste & Decommissioning treats low and intermediate level waste from nuclear reactors and provides services for the dismantling of nuclear facilities. European operations focus on the treatment of low level waste in Studsvik's incineration and melting facilities located outside Nyköping. US operations, conducted at Studsvik's facilities in Erwin, Tennessee, include volume and weight reduction of ion-exchange resins from commercial nuclear power plants in the USA.e Industrial Services Industrial Services mainly provides services to the nuclear power industry and also offers services to other industries. Operations include decontamination, health physics/personal dosimetry, chemical cleaning and dismantling of nuclear facilities as well as process cleaning. Activities have historically been concentrated to Sweden. However, since the German company, SINA, was acquired in 1998, the German business accounts for more than a half of the SBU's income. Nuclear Medicine Nuclear Medicine provides a number of nuclear-related products and methods for medical use. The range includes a method for the treatment of brain tumors and a number of radioisotopes. . ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2001/12/10/20011210BIT00290/bit0003.doc http://www.waymaker.net/bitonline/2001/12/10/20011210BIT00290/bit0003.pdf

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