[ RadSafe ] US Nuclear Regulatory Commission Mobile Laboratories
Nielsen.Erik at epamail.epa.gov
Wed Oct 10 08:38:41 CDT 2012
Does anyone have knowledge of what happened to the USNRC mobile
What physically happened to the vehicles/equipment? The radiochemists
that staffed these labs?
What was the rationale for discontinuing these mobile laboratories? What
replaced the analytical need that these lab(s) filled?
Any background information on these and other mobile laboratories in the
United States would be appreciated (DOE Hotspot, DOE Rascal, State mobile
Erik C. Nielsen
USEPA, National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory
540 South Morris Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36115
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