Sellafield


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Sellafield

the site of an atomic power station and nuclear reprocessing plant in NW England, in W Cumbria
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Elaine Woodburn, leader Copeland Borough Council Leader, which covers Sellafield, said; "It is positive news that Sellafield is taking on a record number of apprentices in a wider range of specialisms.
Interserve has signed a deal with engineering contractor Costain Oil & Gas Process to construct a plant called "Evaporator D" at Sellafield.
Management failures were blamed and campaigners say Sellafield Ltd should be prosecuted.
The longest-running industry safety awards scheme in the UK, RoSPA - the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents - has recognised Sellafield Ltd's safety performance and that of our contractors working at Sellafield.
The contract is one of four which form the new Programme and Project Partnership (PPP) announced by Sellafield Ltd this week which amount to PS4.6billion.
Sellafield Ltd is a government agency responsible for the decommissioning of the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria, north west England.
"This attention level reflects the nature of the hazard, the magnitude of the risks associated with the complex and the critical role these facilities play in support of Sellafield's and the UK's hazard and risk reduction programmes."
Sellafield, the closest nuclear facility to Ireland, has long been a cause of concern to environmentalists here.
Mr Mowat expressed his support at news that Sellafield will increase the recruitment and training of young people.
Sellafield's Magnox plant reprocesses spent fuel from across the UK, but ONR inspectors found a failure to act on operating instructions.
ENGINEERING group Amec has secured a new contract to carry out works at Sellafield.