Articles tagged with: nuclear decommissioning authority
Tetronics International announces that together with its lead partner Costain it has been successful in winning a grant in a UK government funded competition to design and build a prototype plasma system for nuclear waste vitrificationw
Trawsfynydd is one of two UK sites following an accelerated decommissioning program, with the intention of entering care and maintenance in 2016.
Launched three years ago, the annual event is organized jointly by the NDA and its Site Licence Companies (SLCs) to promote greater visibility of contract opportunities for businesses seeking to work in the UK’s decommissioning market and provide an informal networking forum.
NDA Publishes Preferred Option for Intermediate Level Waste Storage in Central and Southern Scotland
The publication of this paper is consistent with the NDA’s Integrated Waste Management (IWM) Strategy which states that centralized and multi-site approaches should be considered where it may be advantageous.
Interserve, the international support services and construction group, has been awarded a three-year, integrated facilities management contract with Magnox Ltd, the company responsible for operating ten of the UK’s nuclear power stations. The contract is …
In the report, Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Ed Davey, set out how the UK’s nuclear industry can work with Government to deliver an industry strategy to support UK growth.
Vince Cable announces new funding awards that will enhance the supply chain and increase opportunities in the nuclear industry
The NDA has confirmed that four global organizations are set to embark on the next phase of the £multi-billion competition to run 12 historic nuclear sites.
More than 700 visitors from across the UK and beyond took advantage of face-to-face networking opportunities at the second supply chain event for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority estate.
CH2M HILL, AREVA and Serco, joined forces in a newly-formed consortium – CAS Restoration Partnership – and announced their intent to participate in the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s competition for the Parent Body Organisations for Magnox Ltd and Research Sites Restoration Ltd.