Nuclear certification

July 1995
Modern Power Systems;Jul95, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p11
Reports that the nuclear power stations at Hartlepool and Heysham in England have received the Environmental Management Certification to BS7750. Introduction of BS7750 by Nuclear Electric as a way of managing its environmental effects.


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