Radioactive Waste Management

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) is a non-departmental public body of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, formed by the Energy Act 2004. It evolved from the Coal and Nuclear Liabilities Unit of the Department of Trade and Industry. It came into existence during late 2004, and took on its main functions on 1 April 2005. Its purpose is to deliver the decommissioning and clean-up of the UK's civil nuclear legacy in a safe and cost-effective manner, and where possible to accelerate programmes of work that reduce hazard. The NDA does not directly manage the UK's nuclear sites. …

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EU: European Union · 30 May 2024 English

This report presents insights from the Putting Science into Standards (PSIS) workshop on Molten Salt Reactors (MSR), aiming to accelerate the market adoption of MSR technology by leveraging the expertise …

radiation protection, safety assessment and radioactive waste management. It underscores the evolving landscape


EU: European Union · 15 May 2024 English

nuclear safety, radiation protection, radioactive waste management, and the application of efficient and


EU: European Union · 15 May 2024 English

challenges in the areas of nuclear safety, radioactive waste management and nuclear safeguards. • INSC planning


EU: European Union · 2 May 2024 English

Following on the dynamic built by the initiative on medical applications of nuclear science launched by former Commissioner Mariya Gabriel at the beginning of 2023, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) …

research & innovation, nuclear engineering, radioactive waste management, transport of radioactive materials


EU: European Union · 29 April 2024 English

were set and the decommissioning and radioactive waste management programme of the European Commission programmes for decommissioning and radioactive waste management, which are set out in two Regulations providing financing for decommissioning and radioactive waste management. These are complemented by other national facilities, spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management on Slovak territory. During 2022, JAVYS for salaries, small procurements and radioactive waste management. Table 2: Breakdown of activities


EU: European Union · 29 April 2024 English

procedure JRC/IPR/2022/RP/1912, entitled ‘Radioactive Waste Management Facilities Operations Maintenance (RAMA)


CELA: Canadian Environmental Law Association · 26 April 2024 English

Submission by the Canadian Environmental Law Association to the Canadian Nuclear Safety 1500 Commission Regarding the Regulatory Oversight Report on the Use of Nuclear Substances in Sara Libman October 12, …

McClenaghan, Shawn-Patrick 1368 Letter re: Radioactive Waste Management Strategy Announcement November 17, 2020


OEKO: Öko-Institut e.V. · 22 April 2024 German

Quo vadis: Sozioökonomische Potenzialanalyse in der Endlagersuche zwischen Anspruch und Wirklichkeit einer Planungsinnovation Q u o va d i s : S oz i o ö ko n o m …

(2021): International Conference on Radioactive Waste Management: Solutions for a Sustainable Future Lehtonen M.: The Governance Ecosystem of Radioactive Waste Management in France: Governing of and with Mistrust


Bellona: Bellona Foundation · 5 April 2024 English

Therefore, among the objects of the nuclear legacy of the Arctic, besides those described above, it is justified to include, for example, the old units of the Kola NPP, the …

are owned by the National Operator for Radioactive Waste Management To conclude this brief overview of the


CAPS: Centre for Air Power Studies · 3 April 2024 English

The most effective of all measures such as the TPNWThe most effective of all measures that measures that could be are supported.could be taken – and indeed the logical taken …

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