ATOMECO Corporation (a division of Select Trading Solutions Inc.)
ATOMECO Corporation is a division of Select Trading Solutions Inc, a business consulting firm established in 2005. We are a balanced international team of scientists, engineers and designers – specialists in fields of halurgy, physical chemistry, mining, building sciences and offshore technologies as well as mathematical physics.
Our solutions are always economically competitive and fit for purpose from technical point of view. Safety, efficiency and fitness of resources used are above all.
- Developing methods of radioactive waste management, including challenges with immobilization of lots of RAW, tritium LRW and radioactive ash package;
- Development of marine technologies such as dockyard ecology, waterbed and navigable channels protection from drifts and washouts, wave and sea ice conditions management;
- Development of new structural materials based on saline compounds for composite and essential offshore structures as well as under conditions of service in aggressive media.
We are professionals in engineering: generation, full-scale concept development and scientific experimentation through comprehensive economic feasibility study, technical and marketing evaluation.
The problem of LRW management takes place in nuclear industry. But if in case of normal nuclear power operation there are “not much” of such wastes, then in emergency, decommissioning or actuator radiation beyond design basis waste volume increases drastically.Learn more
MAMISCO (magnesium-mineral-salt composition) - the technology of making building materials, based on the wastes of desalination is an innovative breakthrough in the industry.Learn more
MAMISCO is a technology based on a new formula of the immobilizing material. As the result of MAMISCO hardening with radioactive wastes included into its mineral matrix, a super-dense stone is being generated, whose surface is formed of an absolutely neutral micro-layer, which prevents any diffusion out of the stone’s body.Learn more