The atmosphere within Nuclear Waste Services was so welcoming, writes apprentice Lewis Gribbin
The first GDF conference was a day of packed presentations and panels, all focused on a project of huge national significance, explains RWM's Head of Stakeholder Engagement Dr Rachel Roffe.
RWM’s Principal Geoscience Manager Sally Thompson and Stakeholder Engagement Manager Jane Cantwell visited Switzerland’s Mont Terri underground rock laboratory to join international colleagues in marking the 25th anniversary of this pioneering facility for research into geological disposal.
RWM Commercial Manager Paul Hinson reflects on a day of constructive discussions with potential suppliers to the UK GDF programme.
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.
RWM Engineering Manager Danny Young discusses how rocks up to 1,000 metres underneath the seabed could have potential for construction a Geological Disposal Facility
Mae Danny Young, sef Rheolwr Peirianneg RWM, yn trafod sut gallai creigiau hyd at 1,000 o fetrau dan wely’r môr fod â’r potensial i adeiladu Cyfleuster Gwaredu Daearegol
Mike Brophy, RWM’s Head of Community Engagement, reflects on the community benefits that would be associated with development of a £multi-billion GDF.
Manteision hirdymor Bydd cymuned sy’n cynnal cyfleuster gwaredu daearegol (GDF) ar gyfer gwastraff ymbelydrol yn helpu i ddatrys problem enfawr i’r DU, nid nawr yn unig, ond unwaith ac am byth. Ac i’r gymuned ei hun, bydd llu o fanteision …
Because higher-activity radioactive waste will remain hazardous to human health for a long time, potentially beyond the next Ice Age, disposing of it safely is both a social responsibility and a unique scientific challenge. All around the world, it’s agreed …