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U.S. EPA Releases Report Evaluating Disa’s High-Pressure Slurry Ablation System as a Viable Technology for Treatment of Abandoned Uranium Mine Waste

January 17, 2024

Disa Technologies, an innovative materials liberation company, announced the public release of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency (NNEPA) sponsored study which evaluated High-Pressure Slurry Ablation (HPSA) technology’s ability to remove metals and radionuclides from waste at Navajo Abandoned Uranium Mine (AUM) sites on Navajo Nation lands.

"We are excited to demonstrate that HPSA technology is a viable technology for treatment of the AUM waste,” says Greyson Buckingham, CEO and Co-Founder of Disa. “We have been working on AUM remediation efforts with the Navajo Nation for the past five years and are very grateful for the support we received from the U.S. EPA, Navajo Nation EPA, and other key stakeholders to conduct this study.”


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