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NDA and Environment Agency Lead
Nuclear Industry Towards Greener Future
07 October 2009
Today (Wednesday 7 October) the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) and the Environment Agency are encouraging senior executives through the nuclear industry to become 'Environmental Leaders'.
The two organisations are jointly hosting the Environmental Leadership conference in Manchester with the aim of sharing and promoting best environmental practice throughout the nuclear industry.
Senior executives from the nuclear industry and its regulatory bodies will attend the conference, including representatives from the Ministry of Defence (MOD), Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE), British Energy, the Nuclear Directorate of the Health and Safety Executive and SEPA.
Delegates will consider what high level environmental leadership means, and what a company needs to do to achieve best in class environmental performance.
They will also look at how to incorporate environmental best practice into business processes and sustainable design, as well as discussing the NDA and Environment Agency expectations of the nuclear industry.
All attending organisations will be asked to commit to at least one change following the event.
Ed Mitchell, Head of Business Performance and Regulation for the Environment Agency, who this year were recognised as the "greenest public sector organisation" by the Sunday Times, is addressing the conference and said: "This is a great opportunity to reach senior managers who have the power to make a real difference to the environment".
The NDA's Environment Manager, Andrew Craze, said: "Decommissioning is about restoring and improving the environment, so it makes sense that environmental leadership is an essential part of the process.
"As an industry we need to make sure we are achieving the best possible result for the environment, as well as minimising the impact we have on it as a result of our day to day operations.
"Talking to one another and sharing experiences across the industry is an excellent way to learn from one another, and contribute to achieving better results in a shorter space of time. "