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Kristina Gillin

Kristina Gillin

Our voice on nuclear waste and decommissioning


Kristina Gillin is a generalist in the back-end management of nuclear facilities. Prior to joining LRQA in 2017, she has worked for more than 17 years in nuclear waste management and decommissioning in both Canada and Sweden – in particular related to design and safety of spent fuel storage and encapsulation facilities, as well as site selection of a geological disposal facility. In addition to her technical expertise, she brings comprehensive experience in both sustainable development and communication of complex issues with the public and other key stakeholders.

The key to sustainable decommissioning is applying a holistic approach that is inclusive, integrated, adaptive and long term.

Kristina Gillin

Principal Consultant, Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management, LRQA


Kristina has a M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, and an interdisciplinary Master in Natural Resource Management, Governance and Globalization from the Stockholm Resilience Centre.

Chair of the Canadian Standards Association’s technical committee for radioactive waste management (N292) and member of its subcommittee for long-term management of radioactive waste and irradiated fuel (N292.6).


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