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Magnox has recruited 34 new apprentices as part of plans to ensure it has the right people and skills available, at the right time, to deliver its ongoing decommissioning mission.
Preparations are well underway on the new integrated test facility for the Steam Generating Heavy Water Reactor at Winfrith Site.
Magnox has made the content from its first supply chain engagement webinar available.
Magnox has become the first site licence company within the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) estate to gain certification for its asset management work.
Magnox is to start early engagement with the supply chain to determine how it can best support delivery of its mission in line with an intended new strategy.
Hazel Blears has been appointed as the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s Social Value Specialist.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) has today launched a year-long partnership aimed at inspiring and supporting young people in the nuclear industry.
An historic piece of Magnox hardware could find itself starring in the latest Hollywood blockbuster after it was sold on an auction website.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has today published its fourth Draft Strategy and begun a 12-week public consultation.
Magnox and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority have announced a £13,500 cash boost to help support vulnerable groups in the Romney Marsh area.
A £3.9 million competition has been launched to find innovative ways to sort and segregate radioactive waste at some of the UK’s oldest nuclear sites.
Magnox and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority have announced a £25,000 cash boost to help support vulnerable groups in Somerset.
Magnox is pleased to announce the appointment of Nigel Houlton as our first Future Missions Director, from 03 August 2020.
Magnox funding helps boost further and higher education opportunities in North Ayrshire.
Magnox and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority have announced a £25,000 cash boost to help support vulnerable groups in Dorset.
Magnox and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority have announced a £15,000 cash boost to help support vulnerable groups in Suffolk.
More than £1million in funding from Magnox’s socio-economic scheme has benefited communities around the company’s 12 sites over the past year.
As part of its ongoing commitment to support communities during the coronavirus pandemic, Magnox has now donated more than 130,000 items of lifesaving personal protective equipment (PPE).
Magnox and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority have announced a £25,000 cash boost to help support vulnerable groups in North Ayrshire.
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