57 documents from Radioactive Waste Management

  • RWM attend 2018 LGA Conference

    RWM continues dialogue with local government representatives.

  • Apply for NDA estate supply chain awards

    Applications are now open for the 2018 Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Estate Supply Chain Awards which recognise the vital contribution of businesses working on Europe’s biggest nuclear clean-up mission.

  • Registration opens for Europe’s largest nuclear decommissioning supply chain event

    Registration is now open for the 8th Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Estate Supply Chain Event, the largest of its kind in Europe, which will be held in Manchester on 1 November 2018.

  • Radioactive Waste Management privacy notice

    A GDPR compliance notice relating to our digital communications

  • Governments consider views on geological disposal

    Consultation responses now being reviewed to inform next steps for UK geological disposal

  • This is Me in the Nuclear Industry

    Employees from across the NDA Group have shared their personal stories as part of national campaign to end the stigma associated with mental health issues.

  • NDA group equality, diversity and inclusion strategy 2018 to 2022

    This strategy sets out NDA's equality, diversity and inclusion priorities from 2018 to 2022.

  • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority: Business Plan 2018 to 2021

    The Business Plan sets out key activities and expected progress for all 17 of the NDA’s nuclear sites over the next 3 years.

  • Nuclear experts cause Big Bang at national science fair

    Future scientists will get the chance to learn about careers from nuclear industry experts at The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair.

  • Radioactive Waste Management establishes Advisory Council

    Radioactive Waste Management (RWM), the organisation leading work on behalf of the Government to safely dispose of the UK’s higher activity radioactive waste, has established an external group of eminent advisers.

  • Doubling up to promote careers in nuclear sector

    Members of LLWR’s Environmental Monitoring team joined colleagues from Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) at Geological Society careers days to raise awareness of careers in the nuclear industry.

  • RWM has new independent Chair of the Board

    Professor Malcolm Morley OBE has been appointed as Chair of Radioactive Waste Management (RWM)

  • Your chance to influence policy on geological disposal

    A world-class solution for the UK's radioactive waste

  • Packaging of radioactive waste: specifications and guidance

    The RWM packaging specifications define the requirements for waste packages destined for geological disposal

  • Professor Malcolm Morley OBE appointed as Chair of RWM

    The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority's Chief Executive has announced that Professor Malcolm Morley OBE has been appointed as Chair of Radioactive Waste Management (RWM).

  • How to contact Radioactive Waste Management (RWM)

    Where and how to find more information about geological disposal

  • BEIS and Welsh Government open geological disposal consultations

    The consultations will explore views on planning and selecting a site for a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) in partnership with willing host communities.

  • Gwaredu daearegol

    Dysgwch am ymgyrch y DU i ddelio â gwastraff ymbelydrol

  • Communities and GDF

    Working in partnership to shape future plans and benefits

  • Why underground?

    Managing radioactive waste with geological disposal

  • Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) - about us

    Who, what, why and where

  • About National Geological Screening (NGS)

    Getting to know the geology in your area

  • The UK's nuclear history

    Putting geological disposal into context

  • 200 people attend NDA’s first stakeholder summit in west Cumbria

    More than 200 stakeholders from across the UK and overseas gathered in Cumbria for a 2-day summit organised by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).

  • Publication scheme

    This is a guide to published information related to our organisation, Radioactive Waste Management (RWM).

  • Nuclear suppliers shine at awards

    The 2017 award winners have been announced at the annual NDA Estate Supply Chain Event.

  • Busiest ever year as event goes on growing

    A record turn-out of 1,600 visitors ensured success for the NDA Estate Supply Chain Event 2017.

  • Record numbers expected at this year's event for suppliers

    The 7th NDA Estate Supply Chain Event, the largest of its kind in Europe, will be held in Manchester on 2 November 2017.

  • Radioactive Waste Management: Organisation Chart

    Radioactive Waste Management's organisation chart showing senior positions and names, with structure for the other functions

  • RWM hospitality and gifts register

    Register of hospitality and gifts offered/accepted by Radioactive Waste Management employees.

  • Our work with radioactive waste producers

    We work with organisations across the UK that produce radioactive waste.

  • Focus on driving excellence in the nuclear sector

    RWM has today announced its membership of the National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN)

  • Geological disposal: understanding our work

    Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) is pleased to launch a new information film today, providing an insight in to its work to find a permanent, safe solution to managing the UK’s most radioactive waste.

  • Wales and geological disposal

    Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) is the public body appointed by government to implement geological disposal of the UK’s higher-activity radioactive waste.

  • Gymru a gwaredu daearegol

    Radioactive Waste Management Limited (RWM) ydi'r corff cyhoeddus a benodwyd gan Lywodraeth y DU i gyflawni gwaredu daearegol gwastraff ymbelydrol actifedd uwch (GAU) y DU.

  • International study of underground radionuclide migration

    Experiments are under way in Switzerland to investigate how radionuclides could migrate, via groundwater, through buffer material in a geological disposal facility (GDF).

  • Working collaboratively to manage radioactive waste

    Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) today brings together a wide range of stakeholders including government, regulators, industry and academics to consider progress and next steps for permanently disposing of the UK’s most radioactive waste.

  • Radioactive Waste Management – Research at RWM

    We commission scientific research and development, worth several million pounds a year, to support geological disposal.

  • Public consultation on National Geological Screening

    We have published the outcome of our consultation on the proposed approach to National Geological Screening.

  • Helping nuclear students at the Defence Academy of the MoD

    Nuclear waste expert Martin Cairns provides mentoring to students on an MSc in Nuclear Technology and Safety Management course.

  • Update on the National Geological Screening Consultation

    Our consultation on National Geological Screening Consultation is open until 4th December.

  • Our expertise in nuclear safety reaches global audience

    Our experts on nuclear criticality safety showed the depth of their knowledge when they represented the UK at an International Conference.

  • Research breakthrough to accelerate Sellafield decommissioning

    A breakthrough in the management of nuclear waste is set to accelerate progress at Sellafield and save hundreds of millions of pounds.

  • National Geological Screening events

    We have arranged a series of events across the country to provide more information about the National Geological Screening consultation.

  • Regulators publish scrutiny of our work

    The Environment Agency and Office for Nuclear Regulation have completed a biennial review of their scrutiny of our work relating to the geological disposal of higher activity radioactive waste.

  • Consultation seeks views on proposals to gather and present geological information

    Today we launch a consultation on our proposals for presenting information on the geology of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

  • Scientists meet to discuss geological disposal

    Scientists from across Europe will meet in London in November to discuss geological disposal of radioactive waste.

  • Sharing technology and knowledge

    We have been investigating the technologies and knowledge developed by radioactive waste management organisations in other countries.

  • National Geological Screening report

    A report on the recent meeting between the Independent Review Panel (IRP) and RWM has been compiled by the independent facilitators of the meeting, 3KQ.

  • Derived inventory published

    We have updated our estimates on types of radioactive waste materials needing geological disposal (the Derived Inventory)

  • We need your help

    The launch of our later this year is part of our work in getting ready to engage with communities about geological disposal.

  • Coordinated approach to record keeping

    We are leading an initiative to develop a common approach to record-keeping for all radioactive waste packages.

  • Sharing knowledge internationally

    We're sharing our expertise and knowledge to help other European countries develop their research plans for geological disposal.

  • Listening to stakeholders

    Over the past 9 months, we have organised a number of events to explain the National Geological Screening exercise.

  • National geological screening: meet the Independent Review Panel

    Our discussions with the Independent Review Panel can be viewed online.

  • Draft National Geological Screening Guidance issued

    The document will form the basis for discussions with the Independent Review Panel (IRP) at a meeting in London on 23 June.

  • The Independent Review Panel

    Meeting the Independent Review Panel to discuss our draft National Geological Screening guidance document.