Los Angeles, CA. April 10, 2023 – The next large earthquake could bring very bad news- new images from inside Fukushima nuclear reactor show significant damage to the foundation and have sparked new concerns about the safety of the melted down reactor, containment of the highly radioactive fuel, and the daunting task of ultimately decommissioning and cleaning up the disaster. Earthquake resistance of the structure and leakage of the radioactive material are the main concerns, and US Nuclear’s (OTC-QB: UCLE) novel real-time, radiation in water monitors, could prove pivotal in monitoring the situation and any potential releases of radioactive contamination.
US Nuclear’s Unique Monitors Can Help with Mitigation in Case of Any Release from Fukushima’s 880 Tons of Radioactive Debris
US Nuclear Corp – Cali from Above Restructuring
Los Angeles, CA. March 27, 2023 – On March 3, 2023, US Nuclear Corp (UCLE) sold its interest in Cali from Above, a private company engaged in the business of UAV / drone sales and drone services.
US Nuclear Combats PFAS Contamination With Novel, On-The-Spot Detector
Los Angeles, CA. March 20, 2023 – On Tuesday, March 14, 2023, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed a first-ever national standard establishing legally enforceable limits for six toxic PFAS forever chemicals. This was welcome news for US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE) which recently developed and started selling the world’s first real-time PFAS monitor that can measure PFAS contamination in under a minute.
US Nuclear’s Mission For Clean Air And Safe Water
Los Angeles, CA. March 15, 2023 – In the US and around the world, pollution, industrial discharge, hazardous and toxic spills and various disasters are badly contaminating the air we breathe and water we drink. However, US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) is working towards a day when everyone has clean air to breathe and safe water to drink. US Nuclear is a sensor and measurement company, making and selling detectors for monitoring both air and water for anything that could be harmful, such as biological, chemical, or radiological hazards. With a variety of both portable and stationary versions available,
US Nuclear’s Drone-Mounted/Hand-Held Detectors for Hazardous Chemical Spills, Attacks, or Fires
Los Angeles, CA. February 21, 2023, via NewMediaWire – Recent derailment of a train carrying hazardous chemicals in East Palestine, Ohio highlights the severe dangers posed by chemical spills or attacks, and how important it is to be able to quickly identify dangerous chemicals in the air, food, or water, and protect yourself and your community from them.
Push for Fusion Power Generates Surge in Business for US Nuclear’s Tritium Monitoring Equipment
Los Angeles, CA. February 14, 2023 – As the dream for fusion energy slowly becomes reality, business and investment in this multi-billion dollar sector is booming, which is great news for US Nuclear’s (OTC-QB: UCLE) tritium monitoring branch. Tritium is the main fuel used in fusion power reactors, and as countries around the world invest in fusion power generation, there is a major increase in the need for tritium monitoring instrumentation.
Gearing Up Sales And Attending Four Upcoming Trade Shows, Exhibiting New And Best-selling Products
Los Angeles, CA. February 6, 2023 – US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE) is happy to announce they are resuming their highly productive trade show sales program. Pre-Covid, US Nuclear successfully used trade shows to boost the sales volume by attracting new customers, entering new markets, and cementing the loyalty of US Nuclear’s regular clientele. USN’s trade show sales program has been on hold since the start of the pandemic. USN is now scheduled to attend four upcoming trade shows in the next several months.
US Nuclear Showcasing Newest Air Quality Monitors at IAQA Indoor Air Quality Association Conference In Austin, Texas
Los Angeles, CA. January 17, 2023 – Air quality is of urgent concern these days due to dangers from infectious diseases and unhealthy contaminants in the air to greenhouse gases affecting our climate, and there is a fast-growing demand for air monitoring products. US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) is a leading manufacturer in this industry, offering a wide range of air monitoring products for measuring radiological (air particulates, radon), biological, and chemical contaminants and dangers such as PFAS, fentanyl, explosives, CO2, and methane. The ‘Air Quality Monitoring Systems Market’ is predicted to be worth $5.9 billion by 2026.
US Nuclear’s New PFAS Detector Can Detect These Widespread Toxic Chemicals In Less Than 60 Seconds
Los Angeles, CA. January 9, 2023 – New laws and regulations restricting or banning toxic PFAS forever chemicals are now in 2023 going into effect which translates to massive testing, reporting, and oversight that is direly needed. This is great news for people all over the country, the environment, and for US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE), who recently introduced two brand new PFAS monitors (portable and stationary versions) capable of detecting PFAS contamination in water, other liquids, and gases in an unprecedented 5-60 seconds using proprietary Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) technology.
Nuclear Power in the U.S. A Key Component in Meeting Carbon-Free Energy Goals
The opportunity and potentially the money to upgrade, relicense, and create nuclear power plants are finally getting real notice from the government. The history of nuclear power if viewed from the perspective of safety and accidents can be seen as being actually extremely safe. Yes, accidents have happened but compared to the length of time nuclear power has been in use these are incredibly rare instances.
The carbon footprint of our current energy production needs to be reduced dramatically, yet, our demand for power is going up exponentially. Just look at the big push for electric vehicles. They still have to plug in to get recharged. Is that energy coming from coal or gas-fired power plants? This opportunity to revitalize the nuclear power industry is the answer to reducing our carbon footprint.
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