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On Sept. 20, workers severed the final feeder in Unit 2, completing the first step in perparing for the unit's disassembly.
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Brandon Wyatt was contracted by ES Fox to work on the zebra mussel mitigation project at Darlington Nuclear.
Laker Energy Products, based in Oakville, supplies key CANDU reactor components including end fittings, liners, channel closures and feeder material and components.
Julie is a Senior Engineer in the Chemistry and Environment Department of the Darlington Refurbishment Project.
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Jamie builds scaffolding to help workers access components inside the Unit 2 reactor vault.
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for the province of Ontario.
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