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Radioactive Waste Management (RWM)
The Regulatory Interface Management (RIM) group discusses regulatory and land-use planning matters related to geological disposal of higher activity radioactive waste.
The primary objective of the Disposal System Specification is to provide the designers of the disposal system with
the requirements that must be satisfied.
This report provides a brief overview of socio-economic expenditure by NDA businesses during the financial year 2017/18.
A one page summary of the scope of the Problematic Waste Integrated Project Team, including its objectives, the work conducted to date and outputs.
The document suite includes a significant amount of supplementary information in support of the safety case.
The illustrative designs in this section describe the processes for transport and emplacement of waste and the design characteristics that a disposal facility will need to include.
There are five assessments relating to operational safety
This document provides a overall guide to the suite of publications in the safety case.
The three main reports of the generic Disposal System Safety Case (DSSC) cover transport, operational and environmental safety.
Environmental, socio-economic and health aspects of the GDF are addressed in the following assessments.
The DSSC contains a number of detailed assessments for different aspects of the safety case.
The long term environmental safety of radioactive waste in a GDF is addressed in the Post-Closure Safety Assessment.
Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) held a conference with 80 stakeholders in October 2016.
This short guide provides a basic introduction to geological disposal: a permanent solution for managing radioactive waste.
This document provides a high-level summary of a project undertaken to analyse the 2016 problematic waste inventory and consolidate it into a tool to support prioritisation.
This Guidance sets out how to assemble and present existing information about geology related to placing higher radioactive waste deep underground in specially constructed facilities.
Annual report on users' perceptions and satisfaction levels of disposability assessment service.
This Health, Safety, Security, Safeguards, Environment and Quality Strategy underpins our
Corporate Strategy, and is an essential enabler for the achievement of our vision and mission.
This is a log of the comments received from the IRP and our responses.
Different national approaches to siting processes for the geological disposal of intermediate, high level radioactive waste or spent fuel.
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