ENRESAEmpresa Nacional de Residuos Radioactivos SA (Spanish radioactive waste management agency)
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Sylvain Granger, head of EDF's decommissioning and radioactive waste management operations, said: EDF is pleased to work with Westinghouse on this dismantling site in order to bring ENRESA efficient industrial solutions developed for decommissioning its own natural uranium graphite gas reactors.
Javier Gonzalez, Westinghouse vice president and managing director for Southern Europe, said ENRESA is "an important long-standing and valued customer, and we are delighted to continue supporting its El Cabril disposal facility.
To illustrate this statement, figure 8 shows a combined representation of QAFI faults and other Quaternary faults from the Neotectonic Map of Spain (IGME and ENRESA, 1998).
Pedro performed the planning, coordination, scientific and technical management of many projects supported by ENRESA and the European Commission (EC).
The study of backfilling and sealing materials began in Spain in 1987, with a Project financed by the European Community, performed by CIEMAT with participation of ENRESA (Mingarro et al.
This work is in part a synthesis of the geological and geophysical results of a multidisciplinary project carried out for the environmental restoration of an old uranium mine, supported by ENRESA.
The paper describes the hydrogeochemistry of three uranium mines located in low permeability media, where ENRESA funded national and international projects in order to characterize rock properties, hydraulic conditions and hydrogeochemical characteristics of the groundwaters in different rock types (e.
The research carried on in Ratones mine has been funded by ENRESA (Spanish Company for Nuclear Waste Disposal).
These projects have been financially supported by ENRESA and EU (EU Contracts No FIKW-CT-2000-000145 and FIKW-CT-96-0009).
To the Commission of the European Communities (Research and training in nuclear energy) and ENRESA (Empresa Nacional de Residuos S.
This work was supported by research projects funded by ENRESA and the RADWAS Program of the European Union (FEBEX I Project, FI4W-CT95-00008; FEBEX II Project, FIKW-CT-2000-0016; CERBERUS Project, FI4W-CT95-00006) through collaborative agreements with University of La Coruna (FEBEX Project, codes 703231 and 770045; Validation Project, code 703334).
The work is part of a research program funded by ENRESA/NAGRA, on one hand, and, ENRESA on the other, in the context of their R&D programs.