With responsibility, safety and guarantees

Public Limited Company for Radioactive Waste Management is a 100% state owned, non profit oriented enterprise, which was established by the Director General of Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority on behalf of the Government. More about PURAM →

Last concrete container arrived at its final place

2017. June 16, Friday —  

After four and a half years  PURAM  achieved in 19  May
2017  that the  first  disposal  chamber of the National Radioactive  Waste  Repository   (NRWR)  in  Bátaapáti,
became filled up with NPP origin LILW packages. Read more →

PURAM Brochure (2017)

2017. May 22, Monday —  

7th International Clay Conference in cooperation with PURAM

2017. February 1, Wednesday —  

After six succesful conferences, the 7th International Conference on Clays in Natural and Engineered Barriers for Radioactive Waste Confinement will take place from 24 – 27 September 2017 in Davos (Switzerland). Clay is well-known for a lot of companies, which deal with radioactive waste management. This is true for PURAM also, because clay stone is the basis of our investigation area for HLW and spent fuel. The Hungarian research program started in the nineties, therefore, this conference is an important opportunity to share research experience. Read more →

EPREV mission for the safety

2016. November 29, Tuesday —  

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EPREV (Emergency Preparedness Review) missions are one of the peer review missions offered by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to strengthen nuclear safety in Member States. Read more →

Positive conclusions in the geological research program

2016. October 4, Tuesday —  

Több mint százan voltak kíváncsiak az előadásokra
PURAM and the West-Mecsek Social Information and Regional Development Association (NYMTIT) organized their annual common public event, the so called „Tájoló Nap”, which means the „Compass Day” on the 24th of September 2016. Read more →

STUK: Nuclear waste facility can be built to be safe

2015. March 3, Tuesday —  

In its statement submitted to the Ministry of Employment and the Economy on 11 February 2015, the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland (STUK) notes that the spent nuclear fuel encapsulation plant and final disposal facility designed by Posiva can be built to be safe. Read more →

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