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Dounreay ships highly enriched uranium to the US

Posted May 7th, 2019 In News

A transfer of highly-enriched uranium from Scotland to the US has been completed, the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has said. About 700kg of material formerly held at Dounreay, near Thurso, has been transported in a series of flights using military aircraft since 2016. In the US, it is to be used in the making of […]

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Matom are recruiting

Posted March 28th, 2019 In News

NEW OPPORTUNITY – EARLY APPLICATION REQUIRED – PLEASE SHARE 4 x Experienced Health Physics Technicians required SITE: Dounreay RATES: Excellent – To be determined (call for rates) WORK: Support to DMTR decommissioning HOURS: 12 days on/4 days off – 10 hour days DURATION: Approximately 2 years – Starts July 2019 ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS: Experienced Health Physics […]

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Rolls-Royce vies for UK nuclear role

Rolls-Royce vies for UK nuclear role

Posted January 22nd, 2019 In News

Rolls-Royce has confirmed it is in talks with Chinese state-run firm China General Nuclear (CGN) over providing essential systems for a new power station in the UK. Proposed design for Bradwell B The UK engineering company makes instrumentation and control systems for nuclear reactors. The plant will be based at Bradwell, on the River Blackwater […]

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Hitatchi suspend Horizon New Build

Hitatchi suspend Horizon New Build

Posted January 17th, 2019 In News

Hitachi has announced it will suspend work on a £20bn nuclear plant in the UK because of rising construction costs. The decision puts thousands of jobs at risk if the Wylfa Newydd facility in Anglesey, north Wales, is scrapped. The Japanese firm had been in talks with the UK government since June about funding for […]

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A facility to treat historical plutonium at the Sellafield site approved

Posted January 2nd, 2019 In News

A facility to treat historical plutonium at the Sellafield site in Cumbria has been given planning permission despite community concerns. The £1bn project is intended to cut risks associated with the storage of the lethal radioactive material dating from the early days of the facility. Seascale Parish Council had expressed “grave safety reservations”. But Copeland […]

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Matom are recruiting

Posted November 21st, 2018 In News

Multiple vacancies See our Facebook group for details: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HPTechsandDecomOps/

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Matom secures Magnox contracts

Matom secures Magnox contracts

Posted October 16th, 2018 In News

Matom is delighted to announce that we have been chosen as the contractor of choice for Magnox Oldbury and Berkeley nuclear decommissioning sites for the provision of radiological protection and health physics services. This will be the first time on the NDA estate that a health physics supplier operates a managed service to optimise resource […]

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Experienced HP Technicians required

Posted August 29th, 2018 In News

Matom require a number of experienced HP Technicians for long term contracts at the DSRL Dounreay site. Best rates paid Please send your up to date CV to mark@matom.com

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Bechtel to manage Wylfa Newydd project

Posted August 29th, 2018 In News

US engineering firm Bechtel will manage construction of the proposed Wylfa Newydd nuclear power plant in Wales under a contract signed with Hitachi’s UK subsidiary Horizon Nuclear Power. The announcement that Bechtel has been appointed project management contractor comes just days after press reports claiming the company had withdrawn from the Wylfa Newydd project. Both […]

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Matom are recruiting – Vacancies – Jobs

Posted December 18th, 2017 In News

Please see our Recruitment page or our Facebook page (matomltd) for latest vacancies

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