Wylfa one year on:'Challenge of change'
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Wylfa one year on: 'Change challenge'

A year after a nuclear power station was switched off, its director has said workers are meeting the new challenge of removing all the used fuel.

About 74,000 spent radioactive fuel cells remain on site at Wylfa on Anglesey, and it will take about two years to be sent for reprocessing at Sellafield in Cumbria.

About 200 posts have gone in the past year, as work focuses on the de-fuelling process.

Site director Stuart Law said it had been a time of change and challenges for the remaining 340-strong workforce.

  • 30 Dec 2016
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