Fifty-two buildings flattened, an area of the site equivalent to three football pitches razed to the ground, no nuclear accidents and a five-fold reduction in injuries . . .
These are among the impressive statistics in the performance of the site clean-up since 2005 when the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority took over Dounreay.
They are featured in a new poster that charts progress to clean up and close down Britain’s abandoned experiment with fast reactors.
Printed versions of the poster are available free from the site. To request a copy, contact email@example.com