The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission is continuing its engagement with the community by attending business forums organised by the South Australia’s Economic Development Board.

The forums aimed to identify direct and in-direct business opportunities that might be created by Australian businesses as a result of potential increased activity in the nuclear fuel cycle. Data collected will help the Commission to answer its Terms of Reference about the possible benefits of such an industry.

Commissioner Kevin Scarce has recently attended forums in Melbourne and in Adelaide.

The forums were arranged by the Economic Development Board and included a range of business leaders from across Australia.

The Commission also will this month begin another round of regional community engagement meetings, starting with a public forum in Ceduna on November 23, Mount Gambier on November 26 followed by Port Pirie on December 3. Further details can be found on the website under “Commission visits” shortly.