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Frazer-Nash set to support EA's waste-checking activities

Engineering and technology company Frazer-Nash has secured a framework contract with the Environment Agency (EA) as part of its quality-checking activities for radiological waste.

Working as part of a consortium of other companies, including Babcock and Nuvia and led by the National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL), Frazer-Nash will put forward a team of environmental auditors to support the EA in its regulation of radiological waste producers’ sites in England and Wales.

Frazer-Nash’s audit work will include risk and compliance auditing — evaluating the processes used in consigning low-level waste for treatment and disposal.

The contract could potentially last for up to four years.

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