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The secretive process by which Muckaty was chosen is out of step with growing international support for genuine community consultation and consent in decisions about nuclear facilities, articulated in this way by the UK Committee on Radioactive Waste Management in 2007: [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] "There is growing recognition that it is ethically unacceptable to impose a radioactive waste facility on an unwilling community".
This body, made up of researchers, academics and two former government advisers from the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management, promises to give dispassionate, independent, objective advice - a rarity in the fractious debate.
Yet Defra's own position, which claims to be founded on the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) report, is also political.
Phased disposal in a deep geological repository was recommended by the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) in its report in July 2006.
The Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) is inviting people to express their opinions at an open meeting in Hartlepool tomorrow.
The policy of storing radioactive residue in deep geological burial chambers and asking councils to volunteer sites was proposed by the government's committee on radioactive waste management and backed by a public consultation.
The Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) was set up to advise Government on a long-term solution to deal with the waste.
More reconstituted than a chicken nugget and with new members to burn, the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management is back in business and busy sorting out its workload for the next few years.