Nuclear watchdog endorses Japan’s Fukushima waste water release plan

The International Atomic Energy Agency has approved Japan’s plan to release treated water from Fukushima Daiichi into the sea, stating it poses negligible radiological impact

US nuclear plant ‘leaks 400k gallons of radioactive water’

Water containing radioactive tritium leaked from Xcel Energy’s Monticello nuclear power plant in Minnesota in November

US companies partner on nuclear fuel recycling

The partnership between Curio and Energy Northwest is part of the former company’s plans to deploy what it claims will be the first commercial nuclear fuel recycling facility in the US

Head of UN’s nuclear watchdog arrives in Ukraine

The boss of the IAEA has said that action is needed to avoid the risk of a nuclear accident

What do the latest Chernobyl nuclear plant readings say?

On Friday the regulator reported elevated radiation levels at the site in northern Ukraine

Russian troops take over Chernobyl nuclear power plant

Ukraine’s President said the move to seize Chernobyl translates to a declaration of war against the whole Europe

Fukushima radioactive water will have minimal impact on environment, operator says

TEPCO plans to release treated radioactive water into the sea in spring 2023

Chinese official asks Japan’s Deputy PM to take a sip of Fukushima treated water

The call follows the Japanese Government’s decision to release more than one million tonnes of treated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean

Dounreay nuclear energy site unusable for other purposes until 2333

That’s the suggestion made in a new report from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, which forecasts the land at the 148-acre site will be completely ‘dedesignated’ or reused in 313 years

US to resume environmental cleanup of toxic waste at ETEC Center

The ETEC Center was a former nuclear and liquid metals research site and needs to be decontaminated to minimise environmental risks