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Founded by India’s Kris Singh, Holtec appears to have a virtual monopoly on the storage of high level nuclear waste, aka spent nuclear fuel, in the USA, and be rapidly gaining ground abroad. It is linked to both Trump and the Dem. Party through Holtec board member George Norcross III, whose brother is Congressman Donald Norcross.
When dealing with lethal spent nuclear fuel or the development of nuclear reactors, whether small or large, wouldn’t you want the best? Holtec apparently doesn’t. Based on the examples examined below (and cases examined a few years ago), they appear to have made no real effort to find talent. They advertise two or three weeks on internet job sites and a couple of days in a local newspaper or two. They seem to like to advertise in late July and in fact they have job ads online right now. There appears no recruiting of…
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