The EGRRS supports NEA member countries to optimise the development of national radioactive waste management and decommissioning programmes through the application of robotic and remote systems.
International experts seek solutions on how regulators and implementers build effective dialogue on radioactive waste management.
The Regulators' Forum (RF) is made up of regulators who participate in the work of the RWMC and CDLM, helping to address common regulatory issues of NEA member countries.
NEA Clay Club annual meeting, 23 September 2020.
Worldwide consensus exists within the international community that geological repositories can provide the necessary long-term safety and security to isolate long-lived radioactive waste from the hum...
Spent Nuclear Fuel Pool. Photo: Cogema.
The NEA study on the “Adequacy of Funding Arrangements for Decommissioning and Radioactive Waste Management” is a part of the Programme of Work of...
This report examines the predisposal phase of radioactive waste management programmes in NEA member countries for all types of waste from high-level to intermediate- and low-level waste, and spent fu...
This document provides hotel details for participants in the Sixth International Conference on Geological Repositories (ICGR).
This document describes the exhibition details of the Sixth International Conference on Geological Repositories (ICGR).
International Roundtable on the Final Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel: Summary Report