Veolia's Alaron Nuclear Services (Veolia) maintains an integrated rail spur with a run-around and a private switch engine. Veolia’s rail spur runs directly into a 9600 square foot operations building. Crane capacity in the building is 125 tons. Veolia has an open air dump station for intermodal-to-gondola rail car transfer of low-level materials. Veolia also maintains a HEPA ventilated dump station for truck-to-rail transload of soils, materials and debris.
The trans-load infrastructure and rail spur servicing Veolia’s site have undergone extensive renovation in order to meet our increasing needs. Veolia can now accommodate up to 40 railcars and trans-load into high-sided gondola rail cars.
Veolia’s strategic location near many major utlities makes it an ideal transfer site for soils and debris generated through decommissioning work on the East Coast that are ultimately destined for disposal at a low-level disposal site. Veolia can be used to trans-ship this material, offering considerable cost savings for customers.
Veolia has been assisting customers with their transportation needs for over 30 years. Over time, Veolia has acquired a fleet of standard 20- and 40-foot containers, and also maintains several specialty containers to assist customers in the transportation of "dimensionally challenged" items, such as fuel racks, large motors, turbine rotors and other components. It is Veolia's goal to make the transportation of radioactive material as effortless as possible for our customers.
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