Published: Charlotta Sanders

Charlotta Sanders (Mechanical Engineering) prepared a report for the United Kingdom's Committee on Radioactive Waste Management, which is now available in the public domain. The report explores feasible processes for accelerating implementation of a geological disposal facility  in the United Kingdom. The report includes recommendations for developing a three-phased siting program. The three phases are designed to provide relevant information to host communities in a timely manner and sustain decision making processes and practices. With her considerable prior experience in these matters, Sanders was invited to consider the issue of geological disposal facility delivery by undertaking a summary review of literature on the subject. The report was funded by the United Kingdom’s department for business, energy & industrial strategy. 

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