Our experts at ChemStaff have an expansive knowledge base and are uniquely qualified to support the nuclear power industry in expert preparation, thorough review, and consistent standardization of Annual Radiological Environmental Operating Reports (AREOR) and Annual Radioactive Effluent Release Reports (ARERR). For more information, click here: http://chemstaff.biz/pdfs/LabEnviromental_RETSREMP.pdf
State legislators are increasingly recognizing the value of nuclear power plants in providing reliable, clean, and affordable electricity, while working to provide policies to preserve that value. Read more here: https://www.nei.org/News-Media/News/News-Archives/How-States-Are-Backing-Pro-Nuclear-Energy-Policies
ChemStaff's expert consultants offer extensive, trusted experience evaluating chemical and chemistry program changes before those changes are implemented. A detailed evaluation of proposed chemicals, thorough assessment of potential interactions with other chemicals on site, and NRC-approved modeling methodology are delivered by ChemStaff's team of experts.
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ChemStaff has developed and provides training courses for power industry personnel. Our team of industry experts provide a diverse and extensive background which enables us to conduct training or provide one-on-one mentoring on any aspect of power plant chemistry programs for plant or corporate personnel. For more information on ChemStaff's training courses click here: https://chemstaff.biz/solutions/training-courses/
At ChemStaff, we can meet the challenge of assessing the dose impact related to carbon-14 in gaseous effluents, resulting in a more accurate and lower calculated dose to the public. With extensive effluent, radiological environmental monitoring, and meteorology experience we can effectively provide comprehensive support for dose assessment.
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ChemStaff's experts provide extensive experience in evaluating and implementing changes to chemical treatment programs at nuclear plants. We provide cost-effective strategies to help reduce the harmful effects of corrosion and minimize costly maintenance such as sludge lancing and chemical cleaning. For more information click this link: http://chemstaff.biz/pdfs/7.Filming_Amines.pdf
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ChemStaff Inc. is pleased to announce that consultant Danial Soorty has been chosen to partake in the poster presentations at the 2017 AIChE Midwest Regional Conference this February. Mr. Soorty will present his poster on PAA Condensate Injection-Iron Dispersant Treatment for Secondary System Surface Fouling.
The conference is being hosted by the University of Illinois at Chicago and organized by the Chicago Local Section of AIChE. The Midwest Regional Conference provides an opportunity for engineers and scientists in the region to learn about new technologies and network with others in the region.
Soorty is a 2012 graduate of the University of Illinois with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. Hired in 2012, he is employed at ChemStaff as a project leader. His areas of expertise include PWR Operational and Shutdown Chemistry, Dispersants, Long-path and recirculation and Layout Applications, Root Cause Assessment, Outage Support, Shut Down Cleanup Modeling Management, PRB/PHC Committee Technical Support, Procedure Revisions, and SQL. In 2014, Mr. Soorty developed a methodology to predict and evaluate thermal and instrument responses to dispersant application's in power plants. He has also been instrumental at implementing dispersant technologies in the U.S. nuclear market.
ChemStaff's team of experts can provide technical training for power industry personnel. Our team of course instructors enable us to conduct training courses and provide one-on-one mentoring for any aspect of your power plant chemistry program. We can provide customized training for plant or corporate personnel as well.
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