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CoRWM's position on the potential use of deep boreholes for the disposal of solid radioactive waste.
This document sets out CoRWM's response to Radioactive Waste Management's consultation on site evaluation.
An approach to waste management issues likely to face the Scottish Government following exit from the Euratom Treaty.
The current CoRWM view on why geological disposal is the best option for disposal of higher activity radioactive waste.
CoRWM's current position on retrievability considerations for geological disposal of radioactive waste
The current position of CoRWM on safety concerns regarding a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF).
The current position of CoRWM on the safety, security and environmental protection aspects of the transport of radioactive materials.
The current position of CoRWM on selecting a site based on the ‘best geology’ for a geological disposal facility.
The current position of CoRWM on the indefinite storage of radioactive waste.
The government has published its report on the outcomes of the Triennial Review.
The Committee on Radioactive Waste Management's (CoRWM's) recommendations on geological waste disposal.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
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