The company running the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria says nobody working on its Thorp facility, which has taken on its final batch of fuel, will lose their job.
It's the end of an era in west Cumbria, where the Thermal Oxide Reprocessing plant was set up 24 years ago as a commercial enterprise.
It dealt with used fuel rods from around the world, extracting new nuclear fuel.
We've got a very clear, categoric, no redundancies policy. So everybody working on the Thorp site, those that aren't required - and THORP will carry on operating as a storage facility into the 2070s - those people who won't be required to help undertake that role will be found other roles across the business.