Environment Agency to approve AWE radioactive discharge increase
The Environment Agency plan to approve AWE's application to increase the amount of volatile beta emitting radioactive material they release into the atmosphere. A consultation on the draft decision runs until June 6th.
Our full story on the draft decision can be found here.
The NIS response to the consultation can be found here.
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