MHF Services to Exhibit at EPRI International Low-Level Waste Conference

MHF to highlight recent formation of new subsidiary to provide Low-Level and Intermediate Level Containers for the Radwaste Market.

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The new 192,000 square foot MHF facility in Clinton, TN that produces steel containers for the radwaste market.

This acquisition has enabled MHF to expand its line of specialty packaging solutions for the safe movement and disposition of environmentally sensitive materials.

Wexford, PA (PRWEB) June 02, 2014

MHF Services will exhibit at the 23rd annual International Low-Level Waste Conference & Exhibit to be hosted by the Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. (EPRI) in Orlando, FL, June 9-12.

MHF, a leading provider of packaging, transportation, logistics and technical services, has had a significant presence at the EPRI conference since 1994, when MHF pioneered the use of rail in the radioactive and hazardous waste markets.

The EPRI conference attracts nuclear utility professionals including researchers, suppliers of radwaste equipment, services and materials; engineers and consultants; regulators and state compact professionals; and utility professionals involved in nuclear plant low-level waste activities.

MHF’s nuclear experts Ron Leonard, Business Development Manager, and Mike Snyder, Project Manager-Field Operations, will staff MHF’s exhibit, to be located at Booth 24.

This year, MHF will highlight its recent acquisition of the assets of the former Bull Run Metal Fabricators and Engineers, Inc. (BRM), a provider of specialty metal packaging for radioactive materials and waste.

The subsidiary formed by the acquisition, christened MHF Packaging Solutions, LLC but also doing business as MHF Services, manufactures a comprehensive array of Low Level and Intermediate Level waste containers ranging from IP-1 to Type B.

The containers are tested and evaluated to meet U.S. Department of Transportation and International Atomic Energy Agency standards for certification.

With this acquisition, MHF is now the highest volume LLW container manufacturer in the U.S. All containers are designed, engineered and manufactured at MHF’s new, 192,00 square foot facility in Clinton, TN.

Mike Snyder said, “This acquisition has enabled MHF to expand its line of specialty packaging solutions to its customers in the nuclear utilities as well as elsewhere in the radwaste marketplace for the safe movement and disposition of environmentally sensitive materials.”

About MHF Services
MHF Services (http://www.mhfservices.com) is an integrated packaging, transportation and logistics provider offering seamless solutions for generators and shippers of radioactive, hazardous, and non-hazardous waste, materials, and byproducts. MHF provides transportation and logistics solutions to U.S. Department of Energy contractors, and companies in the nuclear utilities, environmental services, energy, mining, metals, chemical, and petrochemical industries.


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