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Reciclalia: recycling decommissioned wind turbines

Reciclalia is revolutionising the management and treatment of composite waste. Recycling materials avoids the need to consume new raw materials .

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EDF is awarded its first nuclear waste treatment contract by SOGIN1 | EDF France

Cyclife 2, an EDF Group subsidiary, 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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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

Cyclife, a subsidiary of EDF, offers clients support services for the dismantling of nuclear power plants as well as radioactive waste treatment services. Cyclife has 3 industrial sites in Europe (France, Sweden and United Kingdom) ,each with a waste stream designed to drastically reduce the volume of waste and, depending on regulations, to recycle it .

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

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)... With this technology, organic waste (household waste, sludge from sewage treatment plants, agricultural effluents, etc .) is first transformed into biogas, through biological degradation or fermentation.

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  4. Doubling the share of renewable energies by 2030

Water Horizon, the mobile battery that recovers waste heat

European industrial plants waste around 930 TWh of heat every year; the amount of energy generated by 100 nuclear reactors. has developed a technology to address this problem in the form of a reversible and mobile thermal battery that recovers and transports waste heat... And it didn't take us long to identify the central issues: all types of industry generate waste heat, often with no solution for recovering that heat.

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All the winners of the EDF Pulse START-UP Awards

This mobile battery recovers waste heat from industrial processes and recycles it in the form of heating or cooling wherever it is needed. From exoskeletons that help paraplegics walk again and folding electric scooters to the battery of the future, augmented wood and even natural lighting via fibre-optic cable, the winners of the EDF Pulse Start up Awards have been submitting the most cutting-edge technology of the future ever since 2014 . Who are they ?

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EDF put an end to Ecocombust, a project to develop a new class B wood-based fuel | EDF France

In addition, the partner, with which EDF had opened discussions concerning the treatment of effluents from the pellet production plant, decided to withdraw from the project. EDF has decided to put an end to Ecocombust, a project to develop a fuel from" waste" (class B) wood as an alternative to coal.

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EDF Pulse Start-up Awards, supporting tomorrow's designers

TheraPanacea revolutionises radiotherapy (a type of Cancer treatment) and uses Artificial Intelligence for a more automated, personalised and adaptive process. Up for grabs for the winners: a marketing campaign and up to euros 80 000 of prize money to give their creativity even more of a boost !... Earthwake has developed a machine that uses pyrolysis technology to recycle plastic waste into gasoline, diesel and gas.

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EDF announces the prize-winners of the 2nd EDF Pulse Africa competition | EDF France

EDF announces the prize-winners of the 2nd EDF... EDF announces the prize-winners of the 2nd EDF Pulse Africa competition... On the 23rd of November 2018, a prize giving ceremony was held in Paris to reward the four winners of the second EDF Pulse Africa competition, the purpose of which is to identify and support African innovators committed to growing the continent's energy sector.

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