Waste Control Specialists is committed to keeping the public, state leaders and customers informed on future and ongoing operations at our multiple facilities. Feel free to view some of our past annual updates and video reports on news coverage at our West Texas facilities.
We’re proud of the safe, secure disposal solution we’re providing the state and nation, and we’re happy to share the progress we’ve made.
All videos were produced by McDonald Public Relations.
As a courtesy to media outlets and interested members of the public, WCS is happy to provide the following pre-approved photos of the many facets of WCS disposal operations. If you would like to request a specific image or would like to tour the WCS site’s unique geography and site construction, please feel free to visit our “Contact Us” page and send us a request.
WCS CEO Bill Lindquist at the Feb. 9, 2015 press event in Washington D.C. announcing our intent to apply for a license to store used nuclear fuel.
AREVA senior vice president Michael McMahon addresses reporters at the Feb. 9 2015 event in Washington D.C.
The WCS team pictured at the Washington D.C. press announcement on Feb. 9, 2015. Joining them are representatives from the global industry leader AREVA and the Nuclear Energy Institute. A big thanks to NEI for hosting and to AREVA for teaming up to be part of the solution to America’s nuclear waste storage problem.