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Matom are recruiting – Vacancies – Jobs

Matom are recruiting – Vacancies – Jobs

Posted July 4th, 2017 In News

Matom has multiple vacancies – jobs. Please see our recruitment page here

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Hinkley Point C under scrutiny

Posted June 24th, 2017 In News

UK government plans for a new £18bn nuclear power station have come under fire from public auditors, who call it “a risky and expensive project”. The National Audit Office (NAO) said the costs and risks for consumers had not been sufficiently considered. Its report comes nine months after the government granted final approval for the […]

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Vacancies – Matom is recruiting

Vacancies – Matom is recruiting

Posted April 5th, 2017 In News

Matom is currently recruiting. Multiple roles Please see our recruitment page for our latest vacancies.

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UK parliamentarians launch nuclear R&D inquiry

Posted January 30th, 2017 In News

The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee is inviting contributions to its new inquiry into priorities for nuclear research and technologies. In 2011 the Committee investigated whether the UK’s research and development (R&D) capabilities were sufficient to meet the country’s nuclear energy needs in the future, ensuring a safe and secure supply of nuclear […]

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UK nuclear industry faces prospect of Euratom exit

Posted January 30th, 2017 In News

The UK intends to leave the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), according to explanatory notes to a bill the government published yesterday authorising Brexit. The notes state the bill empowers the prime minister to leave both the European Union and Euratom. The peaceful use of nuclear energy within the EU is governed by the 1957 […]

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Chapelcross nuclear waste storage facility size increase approved

Posted January 25th, 2017 In News

Plans have been approved to increase the size of a facility to store radioactive waste at the former Chapelcross nuclear plant. Dumfries and Galloway Council had previously agreed smaller-scale proposals on the site near Annan. The building will have a reinforced concrete floor about 60cm (2ft) thick and “shield walls” up to 45cm (18in). It […]

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Sizewell C: Councils ‘not convinced’ by nuclear power plant plans

Posted January 25th, 2017 In News

EDF Energy has been told to reconsider its designs for the new Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk. The French energy giant wants to build the plant next to existing power stations near Leiston. It says it will create 25,000 “employment opportunities” and is currently consulting on the proposals. But, in a joint statement, […]

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Nuclear waste: Firm refusal needed, Rhun ap Iorwerth AM says

Posted January 10th, 2017 In News

The Welsh Government should give a firm refusal to any plans to create a site to bury nuclear waste in Wales, an assembly member has said. Anglesey AM Rhun ap Iorwerth’s comments came as a meeting was being held on Friday to discuss a Welsh Government response to a UK government consultation on the issue. […]

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Japan cancels failed $9bn Monju nuclear reactor

Posted December 22nd, 2016 In News

Japan is a scrapping an experimental reactor which has worked for just 250 days of its 22-year lifespan and cost $9bn (£7.2bn). The Monju reactor, in western Japan’s Fukui city, was designed to burn most of its own spent fuel, eliminating the need to deal with the nuclear waste. But it suffered its first problems […]

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Radioactive sludge removed from UK’s Pile Fuel Storage Pond

Posted December 22nd, 2016 In News

Radioactive sludge has been transferred out of the world’s oldest nuclear fuel pond for the first time, the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) and Sellafield Ltd announced yesterday. The project is being delivered ten years ahead of schedule and for half the expected cost, they said in a joint statement. Sludge – formed from decaying […]

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