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Building work has started on a new state-of-the-art youth zone in Warrington.
Recycled laptops and computers have been donated by Sellafield Ltd to local schools across West Cumbria.
This year, Sellafield Ltd's annual Christmas challenge has had to adapt due to the pandemic.
Our dedication to working as one team with our supply chain has been recognised with a national award.
Work to turn a derelict Bus Station in Whitehaven into a business hub for entrepreneurs and digital start-ups is taking shape.
One of the UK’s most important nuclear clean-up projects has taken a huge step forward.
Despite the restrictions placed on Young Generation Network activities this year due to the pandemic, the group took up the challenge and delivered hugely successful events.
The Game Changers programme – which sets up challenges to businesses to solve our decommissioning problems - is expanding to include Scottish nuclear site, Dounreay.
A record 9 projects have been green-lit in one go by the Game Changers programme, which calls for innovative solutions to our challenges on the Sellafield site.
More people will soon be able to use Sellafield’s COVID-19 test and trace service.
Our Project Delivery Directorate has won a top award from the Association for Project Management for its commitment to safety.
Sellafield Ltd’s logistics provider, Peterson, received 2 accolades at our Contractors Safety Awards recently.
A Cumbrian collaboration has manufactured a world-first nuclear space saver.
Kaefer Ltd has won a framework to provide key industrial services to the Sellafield site.
The UK’s chief nuclear inspector has highlighted progress in our decommissioning programme in his annual report.
Adversity has been transformed into opportunity following a leak in a 60-year-old tank at Sellafield.
A training course for our regulators developed and delivered by our nuclear experts has won an international award.
A consignment of high level waste (HLW) has been safely delivered to its destination in Germany.
An interview with Freedom Project West Cumbria project manager, Vicky Pike
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