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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.  
First Cut Out Of Reactor Pond Wall At DounreayThumbnail for article : First Cut Out Of Reactor Pond Wall At Dounreay
The first block of concrete has been removed from the structure of one of Dounreay's cooling ponds - representing a major first step in demolishing the redundant giant chamber.   The pond is one of two concrete pits, six metres deep, which was used to store spent fuel from the Dounreay Fast Reactor (DFR).  
More Than 30,000 Bricks Removed From Redundant PlantThumbnail for article : More Than 30,000 Bricks Removed From Redundant Plant
More than 30,000 bricks have been removed from three pits within a redundant facility as part of a project to decommission a former effluent treatment plant.   A scaffold platform has been constructed to allow operators, wearing full airline suits, access to remove the bricks using small electrically operated hand tools.  
Japanese Ambassador visits DounreayThumbnail for article : Japanese Ambassador visits Dounreay
His Excellency, Mr Koji Tsuruoka, Ambassador of Japan to the United Kingdom, Mr Yosuki Ishigami from the Economic Section of the Japanese Embassy and Mr Daisuke Matsunaga, Consul General of Japan in Edinburgh visited Dounreay during a two-day visit to the north of Scotland as a guest of Dr Paul Monaghan MP.   At Dounreay the group toured the Prototype Fast Reactor (PFR), including the reactor hall.  
10 New Apprentices Start At DounreayThumbnail for article : 10 New Apprentices Start At Dounreay
Dounreay has said "you're hired" to ten local newcomers who have started their careers at Dounreay this week.  This makes it the 61st consecutive year that apprentices have joined the site.  
Dounreay meets target for liquid hazard reductionThumbnail for article : Dounreay meets target for liquid hazard reduction
The last of the higher activity liquid waste produced during Dounreay Fast Reactor (DFR) fuel reprocessing has been made safe for future generations.  It is an important milestone in the immobilisation of the historic liquid waste, known as raffinate, created from reprocessing undertaken during the operation of Dounreay's three reactors.  
New camera provides clear images of bowels of reactorThumbnail for article : New camera provides clear images of bowels of reactor
An off the shelf CCTV camera is providing crystal clear images from the depths of Dounreay's Prototype Fast Reactor (PFR).   Fifty years on from the construction of PFR, the reactor decommissioning team is viewing footage that will enable it to pull apart the innards of the second and last fast reactor to be built in the UK.  
Dounreay announces new managing director designateThumbnail for article : Dounreay announces new managing director designate
DSRL have announced the new managing director designate, Phil Craig.   With more than 20 years' experience in the nuclear industry, Phil’s career has focused on supporting the UK nuclear decommissioning, defence and existing power generation sectors.  
Dounreay Supply Chain Invitation To Annual Suppliers Day
Companies are being invited to attend Dounreay's annual Suppliers Day on February 26.   The event will take place at The Weigh Inn in Thurso from 1.00pm.  
Dounreay and Nuvia Ltd collaborate on new beach monitoring vehiclesThumbnail for article : Dounreay and Nuvia Ltd collaborate on new beach monitoring vehicles
Dounreay's beach monitoring fleet has a new look with the addition of new vehicles - the Metrac H5 all-terrain vehicle (ATV).  The H5s are fitted with the same GroundhogTM Evolution monitoring equipment as the current ATVs, so this is a change of looks but not a change of function.