Kurion, Inc. Promotes David Brockman to Executive Vice President of North American Operations

Former President of S.A. Technology and DOE Hanford Manager to Lead the Company’s North American and Robotic Operations

IRVINE, Calif. & RICHLAND, Wash.--()--Kurion, Inc., an innovator in nuclear and hazardous waste management, today announced the promotion of David Brockman to Executive Vice President of North American Operations. As part of his expanded role, Brockman will oversee Kurion’s engineering and robotics teams.

“When David joined Kurion two years ago, he brought more than four decades of experience in nuclear waste management, including extensive knowledge of the Hanford site operations”

“When David joined Kurion two years ago, he brought more than four decades of experience in nuclear waste management, including extensive knowledge of the Hanford site operations,” said Kurion CEO Bill Gallo. “David’s experience – paired with sound leadership and excellent executive management skills – have been crucial in helping Kurion develop systems for global nuclear projects.”

Brockman joined Kurion as deputy chief operating officer in February 2013 after serving as a member of its advisory board since February 2012. He previously served as chief executive officer at S.A. Technology and chief energy advisor at MRI Global. Brockman held several positions within the Department of Energy (DOE), including manager of the Office of River Protection, where he oversaw the $12.3 billion vitrification plant that is being built to treat the waste. Prior to that, Brockman oversaw the DOE Richland Operations Office at Hanford. He also worked on several nuclear operations in the United States Navy.

ABOUT KURION

Kurion creates technology solutions to access, separate and stabilize nuclear and hazardous waste to isolate it from the environment. Kurion’s suite of technologies and engineering capabilities offer a platform to address the most-challenging waste sites worldwide. Founded in 2008, Kurion is backed by leading energy investors Lux Capital, Firelake Capital Management and Acadia Woods Partners. The company is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and has facilities in Richland, Wash., Idaho Falls, Idaho, Houston, Texas, Loveland, Colo., Warrington, England, and Tokyo, Japan. For more information, please visit www.kurion.com.

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Release Summary

Kurion names David Brockman Executive Vice President of North American Operations and adds responsibility for the company's robotic operations

Kurion, Inc.