Our Sustainability

Sustainability has always been a pivotal element of Sogin’s mission, governance, and core business management. Being sustainable, according to Sogin, means improving the organization by integrating sustainable values in the corporate processes and increasing the Stakeholders’ reliance on the Company by meeting their expectations.


Transparency reflects in processes and decommissioning plans of nuclear power plants; it includes providing information on dismantling operations, nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management, and environmental monitoring.



Engagement through structured stakeholder dialogues and the promotion of their active participation is needed to improve the corporate economic, social, and environmental performance of Sogin Group.



In line with the above principles, accountability stands for regular reporting to the stakeholders and management efficiency.


Know-how Development

Developing corporate know-how by fostering the constant growth of the organization, strengthening competencies, and promoting knowledge transfer between generations through a cross-training system.



Sustainability is part of many corporate, decision-making, and executive processes of Sogin Group, as we aim to create sustainable value for our Stakeholders while acting strategically to ensure nuclear safety in the Country.

Each process contributes to the achievement of the UNSDGs.

All the operations designed, authorized by competent authorities, and carried out across nuclear sites, subject to economic, social, and environmental impact assessments.

The National project ensures the safety of the next generations and the final closure of the nuclear cycle; national and local institutions are constantly involved in defining its location and implementation stages.

Any operations related to the regular and radiological monitoring, and subsequent reporting to local and competent bodies on the lands of the nuclear power plants under decommissioning.

Applying a strategy to minimize decommissioning-generated waste and convey a high percentage of dismantled materials for recovery (about 89%).

Adopting Green Public Procurement principles and joint responsibility by actively contributing to developing a national decommissioning supply chain.

Implementing sets of measures that guarantee the protection of health and safety of workers and feature HR management policies to foster professional and know-how development.

Studying and using innovative technological solutions, or prototypes, to carry out nuclear decommissioning and managing radioactive and traditional waste in a sustainable way.