News and events 2012

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.
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.
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.