The DDES Management Team has decades of industry experience performing facility Decontamination and Decommissioning projects for pharmaceutical companies, biotech companies, production facilities and research universities throughout the United States. Our team has an unblemished track record of executing both small and large Decontamination and Decommissioning projects at sites impacted with a variety of hazardous constituents. We offer our clients turnkey services for Radiological, Chemical and Biological decontamination and decommissioning needs. These projects are executed in accordance with the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations, NUREG-1757, NUREG-1575 and the ANSI/AIHA z9.11 Laboratory Decommissioning Standard.
DDES possesses a Massachusetts Radioactive Materials License specifically designed for decommissioning. This license is used for facility decommissioning within the confines of Massachusetts as well as via reciprocity with the NRC and agreement states throughout the United States. DDES is the only licensee in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with such a license. DDES’s program has been reviewed by numerous regulatory agencies and has a 100% compliance record.
Our creative solutions and experience allow for our clients to focus on their primary business objectives while maintaining the surety that all aspects of the Decontamination and Decommissioning project are being executed on time, within budget while maintaining regulatory compliance.