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Confi dence builders

'The nuclear clean up challenge facing the UK is significant - both as a challenge in its own right, and also as a vital step in helping to rebuild the public's confidence in the nuclear industry, ' says Amec NNC director of waste management and decommissioning Clive White.

'It is vital that we continually seek faster and more innovative ways of dealing with the nuclear legacy, in a safe, efficient and cost-effective way. This, in turn, will both reduce the potential risks more quickly and minimise the costs of the programme, ' he says.

'To achieve these aims we need to apply nuclear and nonnuclear skills and experience.'

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