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International Technical Support

The D&D Project Group has been conducting D&D training for over eight years. More than 75 in-depth training courses (ranging in length from 1-2 days to 3-weeks) have been conducted for national and international trainees on the decommissioning of nuclear facilities. The courses have focused on various types of contaminated facilities - power reactors, research reactors, hot cells, glovebox facilities, production reactors, waste management facilities, and other non-reactor facilities. To date, over 2000 participants from over 60 countries have participated in these training courses. The training course has been given at various U.S and international locations and at customer's sites.

More information

For more information:

  • on International Technical Support provided by D&D, please contact
  • on our Training Courses, check our Training Course pages.

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Contact person

Chris Grandy
POC for D&D Operations
Dept. Manager, Engineering Development and Applications Dept.
Argonne National Laboratory
Phone: +1 630-252-9135
Fax:   +1 630-252-7577

Lawrence E. Boing
Director, Decommissioning TC
D&D Program
Argonne National Laboratory
Phone:   +1 630-252-6729
Fax:   +1 630-252-7577

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