The new service has been seen as adding value to radioactive waste producers as, in addition to the basic incineration and supercompaction elements commonly used to dispose of waste streams, it will also allow access to a wide range of other technologies such as encapsulation and deformation. – tritium.

The framework was awarded to Inutec Ltd trading as Tradebe Inutec, Veolia ES UK Ltd and PermaFix Environmental Services Inc.

Dr. Craig Ashton, NWS Director of Waste Management, said:

This structure means the continuous evolution of our services to clients as part of a long-term strategy to create even greater value and accelerate the mission.

As always, the team has done a fantastic job getting it ready so that service delivery can continue without disruption.

The contract builds on the success of the existing waste management services structure, which has been in place for four years, and the focus remains, where possible, on providing treatment processes that allow waste to be diverted from storage.

The framework can provide services covering the entire waste life cycle, including but not limited to project management, expert advice, characterization, site preparation, dismantling, transportation, segregation, treatment, conditioning and optimized disposal.

For more information, contact our customer team.

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