Recent News

Recent News

Archive News (2015)

 

Lucy named CNS’ Winter Wonderland Winner

A festive snowman design produced by Lucy Brassington from Capenhurst CE Primary School has secured her the winning prize in this year’s Charity Christmas Card Competition, organised by Capenhurst Nuclear Services (CNS).

View Article 11th December 2015

Winter Wonderland comes to CNS

Artistic flair has been on show for the second year running with the annual CNS Christmas Card Competition run in partnership with Primary Schools from across Capenhurst and Ellesmere Port.

View Article 30th October 2015

Update: CNS community engagement

Keep up to date with CNS community engagement activities.

View Article 22nd July 2015

MOD publishes report following Capenhurst public consultation

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has this week published a post-consultation report as part of its site selection process for the Submarine Dismantling Project, for which Capenhurst Nuclear Services (CNS) is one of five shortlisted sites.

View Article 17th July 2015

B36: MISSION COMPLETE!

As part of the accelerated decommissioning programme, in June 2015 CNS completed the washing and disposal of nearly 600 cylinders stored in Building 36 (B36).

View Article 01st July 2015

CNS publishes sustainability report

CNS has this month published its first dedicated Sustainability Report, reaffirming the company’s commitment to social and environmental responsibility.

View Article 24th June 2015

CNS strikes gold at RoSPA Occupational Health & Safety Awards

CNS has today received confirmation that it has been awarded Gold Award for Occupational Health & Safety by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

View Article 16th April 2015

The next generation of the UK’s nuclear industry visit CNS

CNS was pleased to host a site visit for a delegation of 40 graduates from the nucleargraduates programme, currently based at Sellafield.

View Article 26th March 2015

CNS launches apprenticeship recruitment

CNS will recruit six new apprentices to start in September 2015. The company is working with ‘Training Tomorrow’s Engineers’ (TTE) and will offer apprenticeship programmes in electrical and instruments; mechanical; and process engineering.

View Article 23rd January 2015