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Nuclear Decommissioning & Waste Management Summit

Date: 22nd February 2023 - 23rd February 2023 Location: London - UK

ACI’s 9th Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit will be taking place in London, UK, on 22nd – 23rd of February 2023.

The two day event will bring together senior executives and key industry stakeholders from Energy Providers, Plant Owners & Operators, Industry Consultants & Experts, Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals, Nuclear Regulators, Nuclear Technology Companies, Industry Investors, Asset Management Companies, Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors, Decommissioning Managers, Waste Management Companies, Governmental Representatives & Policy Makers, Radiation and Health Protection Agencies, Packaging & Transportation Officials, Academic Institutions, Research Organisations and Market Analysts.

The event will provide attendees with excellent opportunities to learn from high profile speakers, sharing their knowledge and expertise on overcoming the current challenges surrounding the decommissioning process of nuclear power plants and radioactive waste management.

You will also have the chance to network with industry leaders from across the entire value chain, to determine the opportunities and challenges arising in the nuclear decommissioning sector, whilst also discovering the latest technologies and solutions that facilitate the treatment, storage and management of radioactive waste.

Join us this year at ACI’s 9th Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Summit to discuss key topics and the latest developments in the essential areas of nuclear power plant decommissioning and radioactive waste management.


22nd February 2023
23rd February 2023
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Joanna Mieloch – Delegate Sales
+48 (0) 61 646 7036
Cheryl Williams – Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
+44 (0) 203 141 0605
Hubert Sosnowski – Sponsorship, Exhibition
+48 61 646 7059
Eugene Kim – Content
+44 (0) 20 3141 0622
Martyna Rak – Logistics
+48 616 46 7020


Hard Rock Hotel London
Great Cumberland Place
London, W1H 7DL United Kingdom

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+44 (0) 800 330 8089
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  • Looking at European Market Overview
  • Working Towards a Cleaner Future
  • Transition Management: From Operation to Decommissioning
  • Decommissioning Successes & Project Learnings
  • Strategic Optimisation: Project Management
  • Strategic Optimisation: Waste Management
  • Decommissioning Small Nuclear Reactors & Dismantling Reactor Core(s)
  • Cutting-Edge Advancements in Technology
  • Exploring Opportunities & Challenges of Radioactive Waste Repositories
  • Assessing the Market Opportunities in Middle-Income Countries
  • Tackling Nuclear Decommissioning & Waste Management in Geopolitically Unstable Zones
  • William Roberts, Consulting Director at Decommology
  • Simon Carroll, Senior Advisor, Business Unit Nuclear Decommissioning at Vattenfall
  • Davide Stronati, Director of Sustainability at Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
  • Alan Krailing, EHSSQ Manager at Magnox Ltd
  • Robin Hanzl, Auditor of Radiation Protection at OKG AB
  • Jeremy Andrew, Laboratories & Characterisation Manager at Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd
  • Ian Philips, Head of Decommissioning, Fuel and Waste at Office for Nuclear Regulation
  • Dr Marina Sokcic-Kostic, Principal Engineer & Technical Project Manager at NUKEM Technologies Engineering Services GmbH
  • George Burnett, Strategy & Security Advisor at Nuclear Transport Solutions*
  • André Panné, Managing Director at RODIAS GmbH
  • Thomas Eichhorn, Divisional Director Business Development & Innovation at GNS
  • Pavel Aksionov, Project Manager at Project Management Department at Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant 



*Subject to Final Confirmation

If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45-minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:

Eugene Kim

Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0622

Email: [email protected]

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Senior representatives and stakeholders from across the entire value chain representing 

  • Energy Providers
  • Plant Owners & Operators
  • Industry Consultants & Experts
  • Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals
  • Nuclear Regulators
  • Nuclear Technology Companies
  • Industry Investors
  • Asset Management Companies
  • Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors
  • Decommissioning Managers
  • Waste Management Companies
  • Governmental Representatives & Policy Makers
  • Radiation and Health Protection Agencies
  • Packaging & Transportation Officials
  • Academic Institutions
  • Research Organisations
  • Market Analysts



We are an IT consulting company focusing on the design, implementation and optimisation of solutions for maintenance, asset management, operations and decommissioning. We advise process-driven industries such as power generation and distribution, automotive, transportation, public transport, paper, chemicals, oil & gas and plant engineering.

We support the introduction of sensor technology (IoT), condition-based and predictive maintenance (AI) as well as the digital transformation of operations management, maintenance and aftersales services. We accompany companies into a future-proof Industry 4.0.

We have been the market leader for EAM solutions in nuclear power plants in German-speaking countries for 40 years and develop innovative solutions for them in dismantling. This makes us pioneers of a holistic asset management lifecycle approach.

We are the leading business partner for Enterprise Asset Management Systems (EAM) based on IBM Maximo and Hexagon Infor EAM in the DACH region.

As part of ROBUR, RODIAS offers even more: About 3,000 colleagues work worldwide in the wind, water, energy, industrials and process industry segments. As a competent partner for our customers, we create holistic solutions from planning and realisation to installation, operation and maintenance to relocation and dismantling. We support our customers in meeting the challenges of digital transformation and ecological change in industry.



GNS Gesellschaft für Nuklear-Service mbH – Excellence for Nuclear

For more than 40 years, GNS has been providing reliable and efficient solutions for nuclear waste management during the operation and decommissioning of NPPs and nuclear facilities. The GNS Group is a specialist in the disposal of HLW and spent fuel elements from nuclear reactors as well as in the safe processing, packaging and storage of ILW/LLW and residues resulting from the operation of NPPs. In addition, GNS offers comprehensive solutions for all phases of decommissioning and dismantling, from complete defueling to the dismantling and packaging of large components such as the reactor pressure vessels and their internals.

Almost 2000 spent fuel/HLW casks of the CASTOR® and CONSTOR®   type and more than 8000 MOSAIK® casks and GNS Yellow Boxes® for ILW are in use today in a number of countries on four continents. This makes GNS the world’s top supplier of shielded transport and storage casks.

All types of operational waste from NPPs and other nuclear facilities can be reduced in volume using conditioning facilities developed by GNS. For dismantling projects of nuclear facilities, GNS offers planning and execution of dismantling and disassembly as well as packaging and transport of the resulting waste, including complete documentation.

With its more than 800 employees, the companies of the GNS Group achieve an annual turnover of around 250 million euros.


The King Group of Companies has proudly been supplying the nuclear industry with specialist waste package transport and handling solutions for over three decades. Our unique knowledge and experience of the sector allows the King Group to deliver products that are engineered and manufactured to the exacting standards our customers expect.

Founded over 60 years ago by Canadian engineer Vernon King, our core philosophy remains the same, that our strength is in our engineering. It is this strength that has allowed the King Group to become market leaders in specialist nuclear transport and handling solutions, successfully delivering for our tier one customer’s time after time.

From early design feasibility optioneering, through to after sales support and maintenance, the King Group supports our customers throughout with dedicated project and quality management. Competent and capable, we understand project timelines and frequently provide consultation services to help our customers define plant and transport requirements necessary for tender publication.

Whether it be a single unit or a fleet, we are committed to delivering excellence at every stage. From configurable 60t flask transporters, remote control and self-driving units, pressure vessel effluent transporters, and projects with confidential security classification, we can provide you with the transport solutions you need. Speak to us today to see how we can help.


ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

Hubert Sosnowski

Tel: +48 61 646 7059 / +48 604 460 170

Email: [email protected]


Published continuously since 1956 with more than 60 years of being an independent nuclear technical journal, Nuclear Engineering International covers all aspects of civil nuclear power generation and its related supply chains globally. Topics covered range from front-end fuel cycle to power plant operations to decontamination & decommissioning. In addition to technical subjects, we also cover market developments, economics, government policy and management issues. Nuclear Engineering International also provides information on future industry events and is a media partner for key conferences and exhibitions, allowing the opportunity for brand partnerships.


Founded in 1998, by Nuclear Transport Solutions of the United Kingdom, Orano of France and the Federation of Electric Power Companies (FEPC) of Japan, the World Nuclear Transport Institute (WNTI), a Non-Governmental Organisation, was created to represent the collective interests of the nuclear and radioactive materials transport industry and those who rely on the safesecureefficient, sustainable and reliable transport.

WNTI prides itself on being a diverse and inclusive membership network, that believes industry collaboration is essential for progress. With over 24 years’ experience, WNTI has grown to be an organisation with 50 international member companies all involved in activities across the nuclear fuel cycle and supply chain – providing them a platform and the resources needed to help make a difference.

Operating successfully as a membership network organisation, WNTI has a small team of qualified professionals working closely with its members and international bodies.

As an institute, we are passionate about resolving technical challenges, lobbying policy makers, giving a voice to our members and promoting debate within the industry.


The Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform (SNETP) association is a European Technology Platform recognised by the European Commission, which supports and promotes the safe, reliable and efficient operation of Generation II, II and IV civil nuclear systems. SNETP pillars, NUGENIA, ESNII and NC2I, support the EU’s transition towards a carbon neutral economy by 2050. NUGENIA is dedicated to the R&D of nuclear fission technologies, with a focus on safe and efficient operation of Gen II & III nuclear plants; ESNII focuses on industrial initiatives aiming to demonstrate Generation IV technologies with closed fuel cycles; and NC2I aims at demonstrating innovative and competitive energy solutions for the low-carbon generation of heat and electricity, and hydrogen production based on nuclear energy.

Since May 2019, SNETP has been operating as an international non-profit association (AISBL) under the Belgian law pursuing networking and scientific goals. SNETP gathers today over 100 European stakeholders from 25 different countries.


The European Demolition Association, EDA, was founded in 1978 and is the European platform for national demolition associations, demolition contractors and suppliers.
Every year, EDA organizes several activities to gather demolition industry stakeholders from all over Europe. The most important one is the Annual Convention, a meeting that includes a technical part with presentations about key topics and optional leisure activities. For 2017, EDA organizes a trade fair, “DDR EXPO 2017”, that will bring together professionals from three different industries: demolition, decontamination and recycling.

EDA represents thousands of companies, through its national associations and direct memberships.


The European Decontamination Institute is the leading platform for national decontamination associations, decontamination contractors and suppliers.

The Decontamination Institute has a strong focus on developments in Europe, which are of interest to the decontamination industry.

Further, the Decontamination Institute has amongst others the following objectives:

  • To look after, promote and protect the interests of the decontamination industry in Europe;
  • To set and to promote European standards on decontamination techniques;
  • To be involved in and have an impact on health and safety legislation;
  • To be involved in improving the legislation concerning the removal and depositing of hazardous waste;
  • To exchange information on techniques, working methods and training;
  • To maintain contacts with similar organizations in other parts of the world, e.g. Asia and the U.S.

Website: https://www.decontaminationinstitute.org/

ASD Media is an online media company. We provide professionals in dedicated markets with news, intelligence, and interaction opportunities. During the last five years we developed dedicated websites for events, reports, news distribution and source data, and changed the name of the ASD-Network to ASDNews to emphasize the news focus.


At the event we strive not only to bring you to the same location at the same time as your customers/suppliers/peers, we strive to ensure you meet face-to-face with each and every one of your target contacts and to provide you with the time you need to have multiple unhurried conversations with them and build a lasting business relationship:

• A pre-event informal introduction the evening before the conference
• A minimum of five hours’ networking built into the two day conference agenda
• A networking grid which enables you to make your target contacts aware you are looking for them
• The option to join either social drinks or dinner during the evening of Day One
• ACI’s on-site team will assist you in locating your hard-to-find target contacts & make face-to-face introductions

Of course, if there is anybody you are unable to meet over the two days, ACI’s event team will do their best to initiate contact after the event.


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