The Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) visited Hinkley Point C on 2 October 2018, to observe progress made with the construction of 2 European Pressurised Water Reactors (EPRs). The facility is operated by EDF Energy.The Committee members were shown a video which provided an update on the progress made on the project. This was followed by a very interesting tour of the facility which highlighted the sheer scale of the operation. The tour included a visit to the “Deep Dig”, a vast excavation 21 meters below sea level which will contain a 54 meter tall water pumping station for reactor unit 1.The Committee also visited the nuclear island of reactor one, and the Hinkley Point C jetty which is currently under construction to transport building materials on site.The Committee would like to thank EDF Energy for the opportunity to observe progress in construction of the new EPRs. read more
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LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified driver winning XSAN Best Appearing Car presented by Wells Design voting during the Duel In The Desert won’t have to go to the casino to hit it big.Voting will be conducted during the Nov. 6-9 Duel via the XSAN Facebook page. XSAN, which will televise the 16th annual event at the half-mile Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, will pay the top vote getter $500.Second place will be good for $300 and third place $200. The winner also receives a 2014 competitor’s license and trophy from presentation sponsor Wells Design and will be recognized on the front stretch during pre-race ceremonies on Saturday, Nov. 9.“Cars must have a Las Vegas theme to be eligible for voting,” explained IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Many drivers have already been coming to the Duel with a Vegas-themed wrap or design and this year we will continue to draw special attention to their designs.”Questions about the Duel In The Desert Best Appearing Car contest can be directed to Yoder at the IMCA home officeWells Design is located at 122 North Spruce Street in Ogallala, Neb., and can be contacted at 308 284-2404, on Facebook or at the www.wellsdesignandelitesports.com website.Other contingency awards specific to the Duel In The Desert include a set of toe plates from Allstar Performance, MD3 nose piece from Performance Bodies and steering box from Sweet Manufacturing to the Modified winner; and an MD3 nose piece from Performance Bodies to the IMCA SportMod winner. read more
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