Europe's largest nuclear decommissioning conference heads to Manchester

The Nuclear Decommissioning Conference Europe will return to Manchester's Emirates Old Trafford later this month, from 24 - 25 May.

Emirates Old Trafford
Emirates Old Trafford
The event, now in its eighth year, is Europe’s leading annual nuclear decommissioning and waste management conference.

It will bring together 300 delegates from across Europe to discuss the biggest challenges, opportunities and innovations facing the industry through a series of workshops, roundtable sessions and presentations.

Charlotte Howlett, senior project manager, Nuclear Energy Insider said: "With much of the UK’s nuclear decommissioning industry being based in the North of England, Manchester is a great location to hold the Nuclear Decommissioning Conference Europe. As the conference has expanded over the years attendee numbers have soared, meaning we have been fortunate enough to take advantage of the great space on offer at The Point at the Emirates Old Trafford."

Angela Hodson, head of conference and events at Emirates Old Trafford, added: "That Emirates Old Trafford is hosting Europe’s largest Nuclear Decommissioning conference for the second year running is a real testament to the wide variety of conferences and events we are able to cater for.

"Our staff work tirelessly to make sure all our clients and delegates have the perfect event, and have a wide and vast experience of planning anything from international conferences such as this, to weddings, dinners, parties and exhibitions."

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