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Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

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  • This is Me Cumbria

    Cumbrians have joined together to share their personal stories as part of a national campaign to end the stigma associated with mental health issues.

  • Nuclear employees WiN big at national diversity conference

    Employees from across the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) group were honoured at a national awards ceremony for their work in addressing gender imbalance and diversity in the nuclear industry.

  • Direct Rail Services lifts 6th Golden Whistle Award

    DRS won the prestigious Golden Whistle Award for the sixth time running, when officially declared ‘The Best Performing Rail Freight Operator’.

  • Community apprenticeships to change lives in Cumbria

    Sellafield Ltd is funding 50 new apprenticeships for small companies throughout Cumbria.

  • Lessons start at new £30m education campus

    The doors have opened on Sellafield Ltd's largest ever community investment.

  • Robots tackle Sellafield’s notorious radioactive ‘hot spot’

    Robots at Sellafield have started to remove radioactive sludge from the most hazardous spot on the site.

  • Government launches new policy to deal with radioactive waste

    RWM begins the search for a site to locate a Geological Disposal Facility

  • Scotland’s oldest nuclear reactor to go as demolition contract awarded

    The decommissioning of Dounreay’s oldest nuclear reactor has taken a major step forward with the award of a multi-million pound contract.

  • Winfrith land transfer secures £1.7 million savings

    The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has secured savings of almost £1.7 million through the sale of land at Winfrith to a waste processing specialist.

  • Triple tonne triumph

    Sellafield's Pile Fuel Storage Pond has passed an important point in its clean-up journey with the removal of 300 tonnes of solid waste from the legacy pond.

  • Experienced nuclear leader for new Magnox role

    David Peattie, CEO of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, has today announced that Lawrie Haynes has been appointed Chair Designate of the NDA subsidiary, Magnox Ltd.

  • UK first for the nuclear industry

    In a first for the UK nuclear industry, Magnox has announced that Bradwell Site, in Essex, has entered a safe state known as ‘care and maintenance’.

  • End of reprocessing at Thorp signals new era for Sellafield

    The NDA has reached a major milestone in its decommissioning mission with the end of nuclear fuel reprocessing at Thorp.

  • New era at Sellafield as Thorp reprocessing ends

    The site’s Thorp plant has completed its 24-year mission to reprocess spent nuclear fuel from around the world.

  • Nucleus named Scotland’s Best Building 2018

    The NDA archive Nucleus has collected another prestigious award after being named the best building in Scotland by one of the industry’s professional bodies.

  • Supply chain event attracts record 1,700 visitors

    A record 1,700 visitors enjoyed a day of exhibitions and informal networking at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Estate Supply Chain Event.

  • Awards recognise winning nuclear suppliers

    The winners of this year’s prestigious NDA Group Supply Chain Awards were announced to a packed audience in Manchester today.

  • Thorp: One of the largest construction projects of the eighties

    As we approach the end of reprocessing in the Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant (Thorp), we speak to those who built it.

  • Wylfa reactors 75% defuelled

    Hazard reduction at Magnox’s Wylfa Site on Anglesey has reached a significant milestone, with three-quarters of the used nuclear fuel now emptied from its twin reactors.

  • Sellafield plant to be celebrated in new exhibition

    The Art of Reprocessing will mark the end of nuclear fuel reprocessing at Sellafield’s Thorp plant.