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Uniper awards Cyclife to treat and recycle its metal wastes | EDF Cyclife

"For Cyclife, this agreement means a partnership with Uniper where we further develop the treatment process, but also deliver services early in the project where we help Uniper prepare and maximize the conditions for clearance and recycling", says Henrik Modéer, MD of Cyclife Sweden. Cyclife will be in charge of sorting, categorization and treatment of materials and waste from the decommissioning projects at Oskarshamn and Barsebäck .

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Discover the UK subsidiary of Cyclife located in Workington | EDF Cyclife

If you are interested in our industry and join us to work every day to create and implement responsible nuclear solutions for decommissioning, waste management including volume reduction and recycling material, take a look to... A key player in the country's recycling of nuclear waste, Cyclife UK is a leader in the management and treatment of low-level radioactive waste, with a market share of more than 90 % for metallic waste.

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Discover the Swedish subsidiary of Cyclife based in Nyköping | EDF Cyclife

Segmentation, decontamination, melting (up to 5 000 tons per year), clearance and recycling of produced metal ingots and characterisation and conditioning of secondary waste for return to customer... The average recycling rate for the 40 000 tons treated is in a range of 95 %... For metallic waste, it is possible to achieve a recycling rate of 95 %, under existing national regulations.

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They suffered, however, from poor market conditions for- 442 million, with in particular a negative price effect for- 278 million, due mainly to the end of the Yellow and Green tariffs... Hydropower generation was relatively stable (-0.1TWh) at 12 3TWh, the improvement in hydro conditions compared to first quarter 2015 compensated for water stocks at a lower level at beginning of 2016 compared to 2015.

Radioactive waste: responsible management | EDF France

Some of this waste, derived from plant operation, spent fuel recycling and the dismantling of decommissioned plants, is radioactive. EDF takes full responsibility for managing waste in such as a way as to ensure that it does not come into contact with people or the environment... The waste derived from nuclear spent fuel reprocessing accounts for most of the remaining 10 % . Highly radioactive, its half-life can reach tens of thousands of years.

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