Recent News

Recent News

Archive News (2016)

 

Tru named winner of CNS’ Christmas card competition 2016

As part of CNS’ commitment to being a good corporate citizen, for the last three years’ it has run a competition with local school students from Capenhurst and Ellesmere Port to design the front cover of a charity Christmas card.

View Article 20th December 2016

CNS Promotes the European Week for Safety and Health at Work

CNS is getting involved in the European Week for Safety and Health at Work as part of their on-going Safety Improvement Programme (SIP).

View Article 05th October 2016

CNS Launches 2016 Christmas Card Competition

The competition calls on budding artists from local schools in Capenhurst and Ellesmere Port to dig out their paintbrushes, pens & pencils and get creative.

View Article 04th October 2016

CNS launches second apprenticeship programme

CNS has recruited a new apprentices to start in September 2016.

View Article 19th September 2016

Volunteering in our community

On the 31 August 2016, the CNS HR and Communications Team spent a day volunteering at Barrowmore House

View Article 16th September 2016

New Charity Sponsorship

We are delighted to announce CNS’ new charity sponsorship is the Alzheimer’s Society, unanimously chosen by our employees.

View Article 15th August 2016

MOD selects CNS for new interim storage project

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has announced that Capenhurst Nuclear Services has been selected from a shortlist of five UK sites as the preferred site for an interim storage project.

View Article 08th July 2016

Demolition of redundant legacy building is successfully delivered

On 26 May, CNS successfully completed the demolition of a redundant electrical substation building (Sub A) on the east side of the Capenhurst site.

View Article 05th July 2016

Meet The Team

Paul is CNS’ longest serving employee with 46 years of service on site.

View Article 17th June 2016

Containment project reaches‘4,000 drum’ milestone

In March the company announced the number of overpacked drums had reached 2,000, since then great progress has been made to overpack a further 2,000 drums, bringing the overall total to 4,000.

View Article 01st June 2016