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Treatment of radioactive waste by pyrolysis | EDF Cyclife

Treatment of radioactive waste by pyrolysis.

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Our organization and subsidiaries in Europe | EDF Cyclife

The European platform has industrial sites for radioactive waste treatment in (Bagnols-sur-Cèze(), the Workington) and (Nyköping). The offers engineering and project management services for the decommissioning of nuclear facilities and for the design of nuclear of nuclear waste storage and treatment facilities .

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Guénola Guillon appointed Managing Director of Cyclife France | EDF Cyclife

In her new role as Managing Director of Cyclife France, Guénola Guillon is committed to maintaining the performance of Cyclife France's existing activities and to ensuring the company's growth through the development of projects and new activities, as well as the marketing of new radioactive waste treatment solutions for its customers, with the aim of addressing new markets in France and internationally.

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Estelle Desroches appointed CEO of Cyclife | EDF Cyclife

Estelle Desroches manages Cyclife and its six subsidiaries in Europe: the radioactive waste treatment facilities in, the and in; which offers engineering, industrial design and project management services for the decommissioning of nuclear installations. Graphitech, specialised in the preparation for the nuclear decommissioning of reactors using graphite technology; and which supports decision-makers with innovative solutions based on real-time 3D technologies for nuclear decommissioning and maintenance .

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Our News | EDF Cyclife

The partners are thus renewing their joint commitment to developing innovative solutions for the treatment of complex radioactive waste, two years after creating Graphitech, a joint venture dedicated to the development of solutions for the decommissioning of graphite-gas reactors, which has now become a European leader in this field.

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Our responsibility | EDF Cyclife

Since 2004, the certification body AFAQ / AFNOR has issued Safety, Quality and Environment certificates to Cyclife France for all of its low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste treatment activities. Cyclife France's integrated management system is regularly reviewed and improved on the basis of operating experience, developments at company level, and changes in the industrial and regulatory environment .

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Our expertise | EDF Cyclife

Cyclife France proposes treatment solutions for a wide range of radioactive waste and materials... Cyclife France is authorised to treat low-level radioactive waste from foreign producers under nuclear safety conditions that are identical to those applicable to the treatment of French waste... Located at Codolet in the Gard département, the CENTRACO plant is a unique facility in France, dedicated to the treatment of short-lived very low- to intermediate-level radioactive waste.

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Cyclife is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN (Societe Gestione Impianti Nucleari) | EDF Cyclife

Cyclife is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN (Societe Gestione Impianti Nucleari. Cyclife and SOGIN, the Italian public company in charge of decommissioning and waste management, have signed an agreement to the tune of 28 million Euros for the treatment of 1 800 tons of metal waste produced during the decommissioning of three nuclear power plants in Italy (Trino, Garigliano and Latina).

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Cyclife is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN (Societe Gestione Impianti Nucleari) | EDF Cyclife

Cyclife is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN (Societe Gestione Impianti Nucleari... Cyclife and SOGIN, the Italian public company in charge of decommissioning and waste management, have signed an agreement to the tune of 28 million Euros for the treatment of 1 800 tons of metal waste produced during the decommissioning of three nuclear power plants in Italy (Trino, Garigliano and Latina).

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Incineration | EDF Cyclife

Cyclife France is authorised to treat low-level radioactive waste from foreign producers at the Centraco site, under nuclear safety conditions that are identical to those applicable to the treatment of French waste. Final waste is returned to the producing country after treatment .

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