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EDF and Studsvik sign an agreement in decommissioning and radioactive waste management activities | EDF France

EDF thus completes its low-level radioactive waste treatment activities by reinforcing the existing capacity of its French subsidiary Socodei. According to this agreement, EDF Development Environnement SA, a 100 % subsidiary of EDF SA, will acquire Studsvik's Waste Treatment business and facilities in Sweden and the UK . The scope of the transaction includes Studsvik's waste treatment assets and facilities for metal recycling, incineration and pyrolysis* situated at the Studsvik site, near Nykoping in Sweden, as well as the Metal Recycling Facility (MRF) near Workington in the UK .

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Radioactive waste: responsible management | EDF France

90 % of the waste is made up of filters, resins, valves, vinyl and fabric, metals and rubble, with low levels of radioactivity and limited half-lives... Low and intermediate level waste is kept in dedicated facilities within the power plants, and ultimately compacted, incinerated, or recycled. Management of radioactive waste.

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Biomass, a renewable energy source that generates a low level of CO2 | EDF France

Biomass, a renewable energy source that generates a low level of CO 2... With this technology, fuel (mainly wood, waste from wood processing industries and agricultural plant waste) is fed directly into heating systems capable of producing either heat alone or electricity and heat simultaneously (co- generation).

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

Cyclife UK facility, Metal Recycling Facility (MRF), is designed to support the United Kingdom's strategy on its management of low-level radioactive waste. The site is a nuclear and environmental licensed facility regulated by the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and the Environment Agency (EA) "to be highlighted before.

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EDF thus rounds out its low-level radioactive waste treatment activities by reinforcing the existing capacity of its French subsidiary Socodei. According to this agreement, EDF Développement Environnement SA, a 100 % subsidiary of EDF SA, will acquire Studsvik's waste treatment business and facilities in Sweden and the UK .

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