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News story: Triple tonne triumph

first_imgWhen retrieval operations in the Pile Fuel Storage Pond began in 2012 there was an estimated 750 tonnes of bulky waste items to remove, including redundant equipment and discarded skips.The 300 tonne mark was achieved in November with the removal of the 89th skip.There are now 97 skips remaining, which along with the other bulky waste should be fully removed and in safe interim storage by 2024.A fit-for-purpose approach to removing intermediate level nuclear waste in simple shielded containers has helped find new routes out for waste which we previously couldn’t remove.Head of Pile Fuel Storage Pond Operations, Rob Smith, said: “Our mantra has always been ‘first filled, first empty’ and this is an important step in our journey. Every skip removed is a skip closer to us emptying one of the most highly-hazardous areas of the Sellafield site.”last_img read more

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Ideal family home on offer in Brookfield

first_img63 Drysdale Cr Bookfield.This Queenslander home has been excellently maintained.Owners Peter and Diane Cox bought the property at 63 Drysdale Crescent, Brookfield 22 years ago, after searching for the right home to raise their family in. Inside 63 Drysdale Cres, Bookfield.Mr Cox said the new owners would enjoy the separate accommodation offered downstairs.“If the buyers are a family, it gives them the opportunity to enjoy some privacy. It’s a great retreat for teenagers,” he said. Inside 63 Drysdale Cres, Bookfield.“We must have looked at 60 homes before finding this one,” Mr Cox said. “It was exactly what we were looking for. It just instantly felt like home.”The two-level home sits on 913sq m of land and has traditional Queenslander features such as high ceilings, timber floors and a large wraparound veranda. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus22 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market22 hours ago Inside 63 Drysdale Cres, Bookfield.Mr Cox said the veranda was his favourite part of the home. “No matter what time of the year, it’s always enjoyable to be out on the veranda taking in the sunshine and enoying the breeze.”The self-contained lower level of the home has its own entrance, kitchenette and bedroom, spacious lounge and dining area and study or potential bedroom. There is also a laundry and a three-car garage. The home at Drysdale Cres, Bookfield.The main level has two bedrooms plus master suite with a walk-in-wardrobe and ensuite. There is also family, living and dining rooms, kitchen and bathroom.last_img read more

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Browns’ Antonio Callaway suspended 4 games for violating NFL substance abuse policy

first_imgThe Browns selected Callaway in the fourth round of the 2018 draft despite a troubled past.He was suspended during his final season at Florida for involvement in a credit card fraud case and was cited for marijuana possession while there, too. He was marked as tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine in February 2018.Callaway already was in Stage 1 of the league’s substance abuse program so also could be subject to a fine because of this infraction. Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway has been suspended four games to start the 2019 regular season for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the league announced Friday.The news comes less than 24 hours after Callaway caught three passes (out of six targets) for 42 yards in Cleveland’s 30-10 win over Washington in the preseason opener Thursday. “We’re disappointed in Antonio,” general manager John Dorsey said in a statement, adding that he and coach Freddie Kitchens “have had a direct conversation with him about where we stand.”The suspension stems from an August 2018 incident in which Callaway was cited for marijuana possession and driving with a suspended license. Callaway had argued at the time that he wasn’t responsible for what police described as a “small amount” of marijuana found under a seat after he was pulled over in Strongsville, Ohio. Related News Browns’ Freddie Kitchens vows to fire staff members if info leaked to mediacenter_img Callaway — who was battling Rashard Higgins for the No. 3 receiver role — has been running with the reserves, which according to NFL.com could stem from the suspension which had been under appeal.He had 43 catches for 586 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie last season.Under terms of the suspension, Callaway is eligible to participate in all preseason practices and games. He will be eligible to return to the Browns’ active roster on Monday, Sept. 30, after the team’s Sept. 29 game at Baltimore.“I take full responsibility for my actions. I made a mistake and I own that,” Callaway said in a statement. “I have taken steps to make myself better, and I appreciate the Browns standing by me and supporting me during this time. I know there’s nothing I can say to regain trust; it will all be about my actions.” Browns trade disgruntled running back Duke Johnson to Texanslast_img read more

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