News

17
Nov

Company hires new staff as business continues to grow.

Galson Sciences is delighted to announce the arrival of three new consultancy staff. Steve Whittaker brings 25 years’ experience as a nuclear chemist with extensive knowledge of nuclear decommissioning and radioactive waste management. Tom Haines has experience in analysis of large subsurface datasets and geological models, as well as in design and management of geological ...
10
Nov

PREDIS: Pre-Disposal Management of Radioactive Waste

Galson Sciences is pleased to be one of the partners in the new EU project – PREDIS: Pre-Disposal Management of Radioactive Waste GSL has a significant role in the project, with its main work being in the following areas: Front end work Understanding the importance of the problem around management of each of the waste …

22
Oct

NDA Direct Research Portfolio Framework Award

Galson Sciences Ltd (Ltd) is delighted to announce that it has again been awarded a contract on the NDA’s Direct Research Portfolio (DRP) integrated waste management and site decommissioning and remediation (IWM&SDR) framework. The new contract will run for four years and is intended to support the full scope of R&D (link to NDA 5-year …

28
Jul

EURADSCIENCE’s first position paper

EURADSCIENCE is a new international network of research entities established to drive scientific excellence on radioactive waste management from cradle to grave, in support of implementation of national projects over the coming years and decades.  EURADSCIENCE’s vision is ‘to maintain a holistic view of relevant scientific disciplines, to provide scientific excellence to advance the progress ...
16
Jun

United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) Engineering Design Services Framework

The recently awarded United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) Engineering Design Services Framework.   Galson Sciences is pleased to announce their involvement in the recently awarded United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) Engineering Design Services Framework. Paula Barham, UKAEA’s Head of Procurement is looking forward to working with all framework winners, “as we seek to …

23
Apr

New multi-million-pound Higher Activity Waste Framework

Galson Sciences Ltd (GSL) is delighted to announce, together with our Partners in the ACCORD Consortium (Hydrock, Mott MacDonald, Eadon Consulting Ltd, PDL and Cerberus Nuclear), that we have been awarded contracts across all Lots of a new multi-million-pound Higher Activity Waste (HAW) Framework. This new four-year framework has been established by Radioactive Waste Management …

14
Apr

THERAMIN conference

THERAMIN conference on thermal treatment of radioactive waste The PW IPT was represented at the recent EC THERAMIN (Thermal Treatment for Radioactive Waste Minimisation and Hazard Reduction) Project Conference at the Mechanics’ Institute, Manchester on 4th and 5th February 2020. Over 80 researchers and industrialists from 10 countries attended, including waste owners and supply chain …

14
Apr

Covid-19

    COVID-19 – despite all the restrictions as a result of coronavirus, it is business as usual for all Galson Sciences staff.  We are available on the usual numbers and email addresses. Stay safe everyone.

3
Jan

GSL supporting Frazer-Nash to provide cost modelling support to RWM

Systems and engineering consultancy, Frazer-Nash, is to provide cost modelling support to Radioactive Waste Management (RWM), the UK government organisation responsible for planning and delivering the geological disposal of radioactive waste. The work will be undertaken in collaboration with nuclear research services consultancy Galson Sciences Ltd, who will define the model structure and provide reference …

22
Oct

£522 send to Macmillan by GSL following the 2019 coffee morning

Thanks to the generosity of GSL staff, an amazing £261 was raised at the Macmillan Coffee morning.  This amount was matched by the organisation meaning that a cheque for £522 was sent to Macmillan in support of their work.   Home-made cakes are always well appreciated by everyone working here – and the offerings on display …