Nuclear Power Cumbria
Sellafield Ltd Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing Facility
Sellafield Ltd is the company responsible for safely delivering decommissioning, reprocessing, nuclear waste management and fuel manufacturing activities on behalf of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
The company has sites at Sellafield in Cumbria and Capenhurst in Cheshire as well as an extensive engineering design capability based at Risley in Warrington.
Now under the ownership of Nuclear Management partners, Sellafield Ltd has the largest concentration of nuclear expertise in Europe, with over 50 years of experience.
Our proud heritage also includes the development of the world's first commercial nuclear power station, Calder Hall.
The Sellafield site has been operational since the 1940’s, when it was used as a Royal Ordnance factory supporting the war effort. The site is also home to the world’s first commercial nuclear power station – Calder Hall, which operated successfully from 1956 to 2003.
Today the site comprises of a wide range of nuclear facilities, including redundant facilities associated with early defence work, as well as operating facilities associated with the Magnox reprocessing programme, the Thermal Oxide Reprocessing Plant (Thorp), the Sellafield Mox plant and a range of waste treatment plants.
The Sellafield Centre is widening its community role and promoting business to business interaction in West Cumbria by offering meeting rooms, conference and exhibition space and lecture theatre facilities to the business community, Monday - Friday. It’s a superb location just 2 minutes from Sellafield site and a central point between north and south Copeland.
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