The monitoring of discharges from nuclear sites is an important regulatory requirement to demonstrate compliance with authorised limits and to provide data for the estimation of radiological impacts. Measurement methodologies are changing in response to technological innovations, new standards and technical guidance, and extension of the MCERTS scheme to the nuclear industry. This workshop will provide an update on these developments and an opportunity to debate their future implementation at both existing and new build nuclear sites.
The Workshop is being organised by Newstead Consulting Ltd (NCL) trading as Radiological Incidentals. NCL is an environmental consultancy founded in 2004 by Stuart Newstead. It provides environmental consultancy in the fields of: conventional and nuclear industries, emissions measurement, project management, technical report writing, environmental legislation, regulation, and the Environmental Agency’s compliance schemes.
Stuart is an internationally experienced environmentalist specializing in the project management of R&D and business tasks, environmental measurements, compliance monitoring, environmental impact assessments, and environmental legislation and regulation. Stuart previously held a number of senior positions with the UK Environment Agency and its forerunner HM Inspectorate of Pollution, specializing in environmental protection under EU legislation.
Important clients for NCL are the Environmental Agency, Irish Environmental Protection Agency, SWIG (the Sensors for Water Interest Group), the National Physical Laboratory, CEN (the European Standards Agency), BSi (British Standards Institute), WMA (the Water Monitoring Association), instrument manufacturers, SABIC and National Grid.
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