The European Commission has called on the UK to correctly transpose parts of a directive intended to ensure the responsible and safe management of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste
James Parsons investigates the challenges the government faces in deploying the country’s first radioactive waste site deep underground
The firm behind a new nuclear power plant in north Wales has confirmed that it intends to delay the submission of the planning application for the project in order finalise its approach to dealing with protected bird habitats near to the site
The government has laid the down regulations transposing the EU Euratom directive 2013 surrounding ionising exposure to the public in England
The UK’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear safety and research regulator Euratom prior to the creation of a new nuclear agreement has been rejected in the House of Lords
Peers hit out at government’s decision to withdraw from the European atomic energy community, as environmental policy experts warn that Brexit plans need greater clarity
Dounreay, BP and Petroineos all run sites rated ‘poor’ by SEPA, while overall compliance with environmental licences in Scotland improves
Also in the news, EU loses patience with UK over air quality, EfW plant finally gets go-ahead, landfill among new taxes for Wales, arsenic on the move and SMRs to fill the gap…
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