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France (FR) ANDRA

Agence Nationale pour la gestion des déchets radioactifs

Contact: Frédéric PLAS frederic.plas@andra.fr

Slovenia (SI) ARAO

Slovenian Agency for Radioactive Waste management

Germany (DE) BMWi

Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energy

Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy

Contact: Walter STEININGER walter.steininger@kit.edu

 

The Netherlands (NL) COVRA

Centrale Organisatie Voor Radioactief Afval

Contact: Ewoud VERHOEF ewoud.verhoef@covra.nl

Spain (ES) ENRESA

Empresa Nacional de Residuos Radioactivos S.A.

Contacts:

Switzerland (CH) Nagra

Nationale Genossenschaft für die Lagerung radioaktiver Abfälle

Contact: Piet ZUIDEMA Piet.Zuidema@nagra.ch

Canada (CA) NWMO

Nuclear Waste Management Organization

Belgium (BE) ONDRAF

The Belgian Agency for Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissile Materials

Contact: Philippe LALIEUX p.lalieux@nirond.be

Finland (FI) Posiva Oy

Nuclear Waste Management Expert

Contact: Tiina JALONEN Tiina.Jalonen@Posiva.fi

Hungary (HU) PURAM

Public Limited Company for Radioactive Waste Management

Contact: Molnar BALAZS molnar.balazs@rhk.hu

United Kingdom (GB) RWM

Radioactive Waste Management Limited

Contact: Jonathan MARTIN Jonathan.martin@nda.gov.uk

Sweden (SE) SKB

Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB

Contact: Peter WIKBERG peter.wikberg@skb.se

EDRAM

International Association for Environmentally Safe Disposal of Radioactive Materials

ENS

The European Nuclear Society

IAEA

International Atomic Energy Agency

OECD/NEA

Nuclear Energy Agency

Äspö

The Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory (HRL) is a unique research facility for geological disposal. The purpose of the experiments performed can range from mapping the flow of water in the rock to the life of microbes (Sweden).

Bure

Andra's major research facility is the LSMHM Underground Research Laboratory sited at Bure district, aiming at studying the feasibility of the reversible geological disposal of high-level and long-lived intermediate-level radioactive waste in clay formations (France).

Gorleben

The aim of the exploration of the Gorleben salt dome was to obtain all the information and data necessary to assess the suitability of the salt dome as a potential final repository for all types of radioactive waste (Germany).

Grimsel Test site

The Grimsel Test Site (GTS) in Switzerland, was established as a centre for underground Research and Development (R&D) supporting a wide range of research projects on the disposal of radioactive waste.

HADES

The underground laboratory HADES is the most important research infrastructure in Belgium for experimental research on the deep geological disposal of radioactive waste.

Mont Terri

The Mont Terri Project is an international research project for the hydrogeological, geochemical and geotechnical characterisation of a clay formation (Switzerland).

ONKALO

One element of the confirming site investigations conducted at Olkiluoto, Finland, is the excavation of the underground rock characterisation facility (ONKALO) that reached the final disposal depth (-420 m) in June 2010.

MELODI

Multidisciplinary European Low Dose Initiative

SNETP

Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform

Executive Group