MAGNOX Ltd has changed its brand and from today (October 31) will be known as Nuclear Restoration Services (NRS).

The sites at Cemaes Bay on Anglesey, and at Trawsfynydd on Gwynedd, will be part of this change.

NRS is responsible for safely decommissioning the first generation nuclear and research sites across the UK, and restoring the sites.


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Stuart Law, site director at Wylfa, said: “NRS will continue to deliver the safe, secure and sustainable decommissioning of the Wylfa site.

“During the last two years the site has carried out an ambitious package of works which has seen the completion of the removal of asbestos from the Deaerator floor in the turbine hall and the demolition of many buildings across site including all of the carbon dioxide plant.

“This has been completed safely with due consideration for the environment ensuring assets can be reused where possible.

“Our focus on the site now continues to be the reduction of key hazards such as asbestos and delivering on the next stage of works which includes reviewing the site’s electrical infrastructure, isolating the turbine hall, and managing our existing assets as we drive our decommissioning programme.”

NRS will continue to be involved with the Anglesey and Gwynedd communities and run the socio-economic scheme.

The group has also provided more than two years of funding to Menter Môn, covering projects across Gwynedd and Anglesey, creating job opportunities, business start up support, social enterprise apprenticeship scheme and work with communities to trial new products and interventions.