Aleut Corp. Acquires Business

The Aleut Corp. says it has acquired a Louisiana company that provides environmental assessments and cleanup of radioactive materials

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by Associated Press

ANCHORAGE - The Aleut Corp. says it has acquired a Louisiana company that provides environmental assessments and cleanup of radioactive materials.

The Alaska Native regional corporation says it acquired ARS International, based near Baton Rouge.
Aleut says ARS cleans up nuclear sites, as well as oil and gas fields, where low-level radioactive waste is generated.
Aleut says ARS has 55 employees and works with energy companies and government.

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capt.smitty said on Sunday, Jun 16 at 3:00 PM

They can buy an out of state,international(according to their name) company but can't seem to be able to deal with their homeless.How about every time one of their "share holders" get's picked up by the community patrol/police we deliver them to the corp. office with a bill for taking care of them. Anch. native homeless problem solved.

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