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Management report

EDF Gaz de France Distribution (EGD) carried out a first exercise to analyze data on the management of waste produced in 2004. 42 200 tonnes of conventional waste were counted for 100 centers in mainland France and the overseas departments. 60 % of the tonnage was ordinary waste.

Annual Results 2011 The Management Report

Approximately 1 200 tonnes of fuel are used each year and the current recycling capacities can process close to 1 050 tonnes of spent fuel annually. To ensure that future generations will not have to bear the cost of managing spent fuel and decommissioning nuclear plants, EDF sets aside provisions and is progressively building up dedicated assets to fund those provisions.

Annual Results 2013 The Management Report

The cost of removing and storing waste resulting from plant decommissioning is covered by a provision, and the charges related to operating waste are included in annual expenses. EDF' s provisions at 31 December 2013 are established in compliance with the law of 28 June 2006 and its implementing decrees, which were issued in 2007.

Management report 2009

Given the options available, this means that approximately 850 tonnes of spent fuel from the total fuel consumption of approximately 1 200 tonnes are processed each year. Combined with an improvement in fuel output, this strategy ensures that at existing levels of industrial flexibility, the quantities of spent fuel awaiting reprocessing remain in line with the capacities of storage pools.

Annual Results 2012 The Management Report

Since 2010, the recycling capacities have processed close to 1 050 tonnes of spent fuel annually, of a total of some 1 200 tonnes of fuel used. EDF' s research programmes on nuclear waste also cover.

Management report 2009

With current recycling capacities, approximately 1 050 tonnes of spent fuel is processed, from total fuel consumption of approximately 1 200 tonnes each year. To ensure that future generations will not have to bear the cost of managing spent fuel and decommissioning nuclear plants, EDF sets aside provisions and is progressively building up dedicated assets to cover these provisions.

Download the full Financial Report 2011

To ensure that future generations will not have to bear the cost of managing spent fuel and decommissioning nuclear plants, EDF sets aside provisions and is progressively building up dedicated assets to fund those provisions. In 2011, provisions for decommissioning and last cores amounted to 19 843 million, and provisions for the back-end nuclear cycle totaled 18 830 million.

"Activity & Sustainable Development 2012"

EDF' s provisions at 31 December 2012 are established in compliance with the law of 28 June 2006 and its implementing decrees, which were issued in 2007. At 31 December 2012, provisions for decommissioning and last cores amounted to 20 979 million, and provisions for the back-end nuclear cycle totalled 19 525 million.

The full Financial Report 2012

EDF' s provisions at 31 December 2012 are established in compliance with the law of 28 June 2006 and its implementing decrees, which were issued in 2007. At 31 December 2012, provisions for decommissioning and last cores amounted to 20 979 million, and provisions for the back-end nuclear cycle totalled 19 525 million.

Financial Report 2010

To ensure that future generations will not have to bear the cost of managing spent fuel and decommissioning nuclear plants, EDF sets aside provisions and is progressively building up dedicated assets to cover these provisions. In 2010, provisions for decommissioning and last cores amounted to 19 684 million, and provisions for the back-end nuclear cycle totaled 18 020 million.

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