Chinese nuclear firm told it must resolve Bradwell safety issues

Chinese nuclear firm told it must resolve Bradwell safety issues

Disposal of radioactive waste is one of six issues to be addressed before plant in Essex can go ahead

The Environment Agency has told the Chinese nuclear developer behind plans to build a new reactor in Essex that it must resolve at least six safety issues before it can move forward.

The issues identified by the environment watchdog in its early assessments of the plans for the site in Bradwell include concerns over how China General Nuclear Group (CGN) will dispose of radioactive waste.

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