RWM MD, Bruce McKirdy, has announced he will retire and leave the organisation in March 2020. Bruce has worked in the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) since 2006, and became the first Managing Director of RWM, which was established in 2014. As Managing Director, Bruce has led the development of the organisation which provides radioactive waste management solutions and will deliver a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) in the UK. GDF is internationally recognised as the safest solution for the long-term management of radioactive waste. In the past year, he has overseen RWM’s support for the GDF programme as it progressed from the development of government policy to the early stages of public consultation and delivery. RWM will begin the process of recruiting for the role of Managing Director. Bruce will stay in the role until March 2020, helping RWM prepare for the next stages of the GDF programme and provide continuity in handing over to his successor.
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