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SSNC and MKG’s joint statement on the research- and development program Fud-13

The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and the Swedish NGO Office for Nuclear Waste Review, MKG, has submitted a joint statement on the power industry’s nuclear waste company’s research and development program Fud-13 to the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority.

In a new statement, the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and MKG demand completions in the license application to build a repository for spent nuclear fuel

On October 15, the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation [SSNC] and the Swedish NGO Office for Nuclear Waste Review [MKG] submitted their second statement to the Land- and Environmental Court, giving their view of the nuclear waste company’s [SKB] answer to the demands of completions.

The authority is not satisfied with SKB’s reply to the demands of completion in the judicial review of the license application in accordance with the Environmental Code

On October 2, The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, SRSA, submitted a statement to the Land- and Environmental Court, in which they give their view of SKB’s reply to the demands of completions that has been submitted earlier by the body of referral in the review of the license application to build a final repository for spent nuclear fuel.

The Swedish National Council for Nuclear Waste requests several completions in the judicial review of the license application to build a final repository

On September 27, the Government’s scientific advisory body, the Swedish Council for Nuclear Waste, submitted their second statement to the Land- and Environmental Court for the judicial review of the license application in accordance with the Environmental Code.

SKB submits statement to the court: Rejects demands on completion regarding long term safety and deep borehole disposal

The license application to build a final repository for spent nuclear fuel was submitted for consultation to the relevant referral bodies by the Land and Environmental Court. The referral bodies in turn responded by demanding completions in several areas, whereby the court, in November 2012, ordered the nuclear waste company SKB to respond to these demands.

The Swedish National Council for Nuclear Waste submits statement regarding completions to the Land and Environmental Court

On October 31, the Governments advisory body on nuclear waste-issues, the Swedish National Council for Nuclear Waste [NCNW], submitted a statement to the Land and Environmental Court based on the comments made by the referral body. In this statement, the NCNW gives their view on what needs to be complemented in the license application to build a final repository for spent nuclear fuel.

SRSA submits demands on extensive completions to the Land and Environmental Court and SKB

The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority [SRSA] is about to finish the ongoing initial review of the license application to build a final repository for spent nuclear fuel, submitted by the power industry’s nuclear waste company SKB. Today, SRSA has submitted a statement to the Land and Environmental Court were they place extensive demands on completions.

Great inadequacies in the license application – the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and MKG demand extensive completions

The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation [SSNC] and the Swedish NGO Office for Nuclear Waste Review [MKG] have submitted a joint statement concerning the power industry’s proposed repository for spent nuclear fuel in the community of Forsmark. An extensive review of the license application has revealed a number of issues.

Book about how ten countries handle their spent nuclear fuel

This October, the International Panel on Fissile Materials [IPFM] has launched the report Managing Spent Fuel from Nuclear Power Reactors: Experience and Lessons from Around the World. The report describes how a number of countries that are using nuclear power deal with their spent nuclear fuel.

The power companies have submitted their license application to build a final repository

Today, the power companies – Vattenfall, E.ON and Fortum – submitted a license application through their subsidiary SKB to build a final repository for spent nuclear fuel in Forsmark. The application was submitted to the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority [SRSA] and to the Environmental Court, despite the heavy criticism that has been aimed towards the company.

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