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Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd

www.dounreay.com

2013
Cavendish Nuclear has a 50 per cent stake in Cavendish Dounreay Partnership Ltd, parent body organisation of DSRL, the site licence company responsible for the safe and cost-effective clean-up of the former research site belonging to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority at Dounreay in Scotland. Personnel seconded from Cavendish Nuclear occupy senior management positions of the company.

Earlier
Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd is the site licence company responsible for the closure programme at Britain's former centre of fast reactor research and development.

DSRL has held the site licence, waste disposal authorisation and other necessary legal permits for managing the site since April 1, 2008. Before then, the site was managed by the UK Atomic Energy Authority.

DSRL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of UKAEA Ltd and operates under contract to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

Senior management positions within the company are occupied by staff seconded from UKAEA Ltd and its business partners AMEC and CH2MHILL.

Telephone
01847 802121

Fax
01847 802697

Postal Address
Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd
Dounreay
Thurso
Caithness
KW14 7TZ





News for Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd

Graduating Apprentices "the Future Of The Far North"Thumbnail for article : Graduating Apprentices "the Future Of The Far North"
Eleven young people who have completed their Dounreay apprentice training are "very much a part of the future of the far north." Guest speaker Jamie Stone MP told the audience at the apprentice indenture ceremony that took place last Friday that, as Dounreay continues to decommission, the newly indentured apprentices would be an important part of the area's ability to offer a skilled and innovative workforce.   Dounreay Managing Director and former nuclear industry apprentice Phil Craig added: “I am very proud that we are celebrating yet another group of talented apprentices.  
Companies Set To LINC With DounreayThumbnail for article : Companies Set To LINC With Dounreay
Companies are being invited to LINC together and support Scotland's largest decommissioning project thanks to an innovative new scheme designed to increase the number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) delivering clean-up work at Dounreay.   Up to five companies will be invited to help understand and develop the best proposal for size-reducing all of the machinery and components that will need to be removed from Dounreay's Prototype Fast Reactor (PFR) - the largest to be built at the Caithness site.  
Graduates Kick Start Their Career At DounreayThumbnail for article : Graduates Kick Start Their Career At Dounreay
Graduates from as far afield as Portugal and London arrived in Caithness last week to kick start their career at Dounreay.   Ten new recruits have started on the two-year graduate scheme with educational backgrounds as diverse as engineering, law and digital forensics and ethical hacking.  
Dounreay's Oldest Reactor To Be DemolishedThumbnail for article : Dounreay's Oldest Reactor To Be Demolished
It is 60 years this weekend since the first criticality was achieved in Scotland using a test rig at Dounreay.  Now the decommissioning team responsible for the site is marking that milestone by taking a major step towards demolishing the oldest reactor that remains at the former fast reactor research centre.  
A Year Of Hazard Reduction: Making Progress At Dounreay - New Film and BrochureThumbnail for article : A Year Of Hazard Reduction: Making Progress At Dounreay - New Film and Brochure
Progress across Dounreay's decommissioning programme is being showcased in a new film and brochure highlighting the team's successes during 2016-17.   Some of the highest hazards that remained in the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority estate, including liquid metal coolant from the Dounreay Fast Reactor, were reduced and destroyed during the year bringing to a successful conclusion projects that spanned many years.  
Fast Reactors The Caithness Dimension - Film Made In 1994Thumbnail for article : Fast Reactors The Caithness Dimension - Film Made In 1994
This film, produced by AEA Technology in 1994, looks back on the history of the fast reactor development programme at Dounreay..  
Register For The Nuclear Supply Chain Event
The biggest networking event in Europe for nuclear decommissioning will be held in Manchester.  2 November 2017.  
Dounreay - The End Planning Phase - Your Chance To CommentThumbnail for article : Dounreay  - The End Planning Phase - Your Chance To Comment
A planning application will be submitted to Highland Council later this year to cover the next phase of planning at the Dounreay site.  Planning permission from 2018 to the shutdown of the site, also known as the interim end state, is the third phase of the planning required for the Dounreay decommissioning programme.  
Up To 200 Jobs To Go At DounreayThumbnail for article : Up To 200 Jobs To Go At Dounreay
The clean-up of the nuclear estate is a key priority for both the Scottish and United Kingdom governments.   Dounreay's decommissioning is well established with the site due to reach an interim end state by the early 2030s.  
Dounreay's High Street MakeoverThumbnail for article : Dounreay's High Street Makeover
A major upgrade and expansion of Dounreay's Thurso town centre office has been completed.   David Flear, Chair of Dounreay Stakeholder Group, officially reopened the building which sits at the entrance to the high street and has been the site's public information office for almost a decade.  

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