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We are cleaning up the UK’s earliest nuclear sites safely, securely and cost-effectively with care for people and the environment.
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Barclays brings Eagle Lab concept to Whitehaven
Ground-breaking research published in Nature Communications shows that traces of plutonium in the environment can be identified as being from global or local sources.
Praise for employees and supply chain as Sellafield Ltd hits clean-up milestone
In previous years, this event has been an overwhelming success in engaging with the suppliers who are so essential to achieving our decommissioning mission.
A group-wide project was launched last year to help everyone feel more able to talk openly about mental health in the workplace and ensure that our people understand how to access help if they need it.
We are seeking views on a new publication: Guide to Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) which proposes a consistent approach for assessing the readiness of technologies for use on site.
Retrieval of high hazard materials from the Sellafield (LP&S) was an area of specific focus to urgently reducing the intolerable risk that they pose.
The NDA has endorsed a site-specific approach to Magnox reactor decommissioning which will involve a mix of decommissioning strategies.
The complex transfer campaign with an array of technical, logistical, safety and security considerations.
A new framework to allow operators to balance the overall safety and environmental risks associated with remediation and consider a broader range of options in pursuit of the optimised solution.
The NDA helped financial contribution helped Scrabster Harbour Trust secure additional funding from other sources to invest £20 million in developing its facilities.
Purple Lumi raised the operational resilience of the NDA group by simulating a series of cyber attacks which required different parts of the sector to work together, sharing information to defeat the aggressor.
The Thermal Treatment Integrated Project Team carried out work to understand waste applicability, technology capability and economic aspects.
In 2013 we concluded the development of our strategy to remove unirradiated nuclear material from Dounreay and consolidate it at Sellafield.
Ensuring appropriate, accessible records essential for safe interim storage, future completion, transport and ultimate disposition of waste packages.
Development of a decommissioning toolkit of scalable, transferable and integrated solutions which would drive safer, faster and cheaper decommissioning.
A full review of the Nucleargraduates programme approach and content was undertaken to ensure that it continues to be attractive to the brightest and best graduates and maintain this key pipeline of talent for both the NDA g…
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