Low Level Waste Repository Ltd (LLWR)
LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) provides a range of Waste Management Services to help customers manage their lower activity wastes at every stage of the Waste Hierarchy.
This editable, blank template can be directly adopted by waste producers, adapted to form a site-specific PWMP, or used to improve an organisation’s existing processes where PWMPs are already in use.
Details the work involved in producing our Environmental Safety Case and its role in securing Permit approval for the LLWR Site.
The original version of this Blueprint defined the start state as 2008.
A toolkit of resources and useful documents for LLW management practitioners.
LLW Repository Ltd’s (LLWR) Service Pricing Schedule comprises the Service Price List and the Service Price Template.
LLW Repository Ltd provides Customers with a range of Characterisation, Logistics and Waste Services through an agreed common contractual arrangement.
Guidance on the Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR) waste loading plan (WPL) process.
This NWP Excel database signposts commercially available and free training courses that underpin radioactive waste management and the waste management lifecycle
Guidance for an operational quality plan for the transport and disposal of Very Low Level Waste (VLLW) and Lower Activity Low Level Waste (LA-LLW).
Applications closed open for the 2018 Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Estate Supply Chain Awards on 5 September.
Guidance on how to demonstrate a soft side package (SSP) design is compatible with the TC11 handling Transport Handling Frame (THF).
Procedures for directly pouring waste into disposal IP-2 ISO containers for encapsulation and onward transport as a solid.
Packaging guidance note from Low Level Waste Repository (LLWR).
An overview of the process for consigning Low Level Waste (LLW) for treatment or disposal to support potential new customers.
Documents all steps required in packing and handling instructions to ensure package meets the licence requirements.
Guidance on carrying out minor paint repairs on the external surfaces of IP-2 containers.
Guidance on the HP&S monitoring procedure to be used for re-usable containers, giving advice on radiological and contamination controls.
This benefit map identifies the underpinning business changes, projects and enablers required to deliver the future state identified in the National Waste Programme blueprint.
Outlines the procedure for the conversion of a reusable container prior to being consigned for disposal.
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