This excerpt taken from the TDY 10-K filed Mar 1, 2007.
We support the U.S. Governments efforts to clean up dangerous materials and waste. Since 1996, we have supported the U.S. Armys Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Program and we continue to operate the U.S. Armys Rapid Response System, a mobile chemical waste treatment system used to process chemical agents for disposal. These chemical agents had been used in the past to train military personnel in the detection, measurement and decontamination of dangerous chemicals. We also began applying sophisticated computer aided engineering, design, modeling and manufacturing skills to support the U.S. Armys Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center. In addition, we produce canisters for the processing, stabilization and storage of nuclear-waste products.
We operate a Department of Energy-certified radiological analysis services laboratory in Knoxville, Tennessee. This laboratory has received certification from the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program in 12 states, including Utah where the largest commercial radiological waste disposal site resides. With its Nuclear Utilities Procurement Issues Committee certification, the laboratory also serves one-third of the nuclear power plants in United States.