Over the last six decades, Mike Pigott and his team, and their predecessors, have been successfully managing the disposal of low-level radioactive waste at the Low Level Waste Repository in Cumbria. With 65 years of experience in safe radioactive waste …
The Mayor of Copeland is encouraging all local residents to get involved in discussions about geological disposal, pointing out that much of the country's radioactive waste is already hosted in the area, at Sellafield.
On Women in Science and Engineering One of the Million day, we’re showcasing some of the women who work at Sellafield and the importance of the work they do.
Sellafield Ltd has developed a unique partnership approach towards raising educational attainment in those communities closest to the Sellafield site. Jamie Reed, Head of Corporate Affairs explains why...
Mark Wareing, the NDA’s Major Projects and Programmes Manager, has been involved with Sellafield’s legacy ponds and silos for the last 20 years. He acts as the link between Sellafield and the NDA to support the decommissioning mission and provide assurance to government and stakeholders that the NDA are making efficient and effective progress.
As Sellafield Ltd says goodbye to its long-standing Visitors' Centre, a former employee tells us about the Centre's colourful past.
You are never too young to start learning about engineering – that’s the view of Martin Morgan at LLWR (Low Level Waste Repository Ltd), sharing how they teamed up with Seascale Brownies to enable the girls to take their first fun steps into the discipline.
Steven Carroll, Head of the programme to empty Sellafield’s oldest nuclear waste store, celebrates the completion of work to that could finally enable the highly radioactive contents to start being removed next year.
Beccy Pleasant, Head of Skills and Talent for the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, explains the value to the nuclear industry of vocationally-focused training provided by University Technical Colleges (UTCs). She outlines their role in developing a pipeline for apprenticeships and a future workforce. If your children are interested in a nuclear career, then find out more about what UTCs offer. Suppliers in the nuclear industry might also want to find out how they can support UTCs so that they benefit from skilled workers in the future, and play their part in ensuring that education helps support young people to be ready for the world of work.
David Peattie, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority's recently appointed CEO, shares his thoughts on progress in cleaning up the UK's earliest nuclear sites, as the NDA publishes its annual report and accounts for 2016/17.