THE SEARCH for a radioactive waste site is taking a step forward…

with residents in England and Northern Ireland invited to a series of public consultation workshops to be held across the country.

Radioactive Waste Management (RWM), the organisation responsible for delivering a geological disposal facility (GDF) for the country’s radioactive waste, will be holding a workshop on   Tuesday 20th October at the Hallmark Hotel Carlisle 18:00 – 20:30

The workshops will run alongside a public consultation seeking views on RWM’s proposed approach to gathering and presenting information on the geology of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

A RWM spokesman said: “A GDF will provide a permanent and safer solution to dispose of the UK’s higher activity radioactive waste while it decays, safely away from people and the environment, deep underground.

Tuesday 20th October at the

Hallmark Hotel Carlisle 18:00 – 20:30

 

RWMRWM (Radioactive Waste Management) –  As part of our stringent planning for a GDF, there are a number of factors that will be taken into consideration. Geology plays an important role.*  By providing existing and relevant geological information across regions of the UK, we will have a platform to inform early discussions with communities about the potential suitability to host a GDF in their area.[…]  Read more

*As we have said previously this plays it down, because as far as Cumbria Trust is concerned, the geology plays a vital role.

Register online HERE

 

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