Airport roads to shut for nuclear waste flights to US.
Energy Voice 2nd Sept 2016 read more »
Roads around Wick Airport will be regularly shut over the next 18 months so nuclear waste can be taken be flown to the US. Plans to transport highly enriched uranium (HEU) from Dounreay in Caithness to the US emerged late last year. Politicians and activists have condemned the move, warning that flying the material is excessively
Press & Journal 2nd Sept 2016 read more »
Following successful loading operations, the vessel Pacific Grebe departed the UK on Thursday 1st September carrying five transport flasks of highly active waste bound for Japan. The ship will travel to Japan and arrive in the second half of October 2016.
RAAI 1st Sept 2016 read more »