Cookie Policy

What is a cookie?

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By browsing our website you accept the implementation of cookies, which you can control and administrate using the properties of your browser. Note that removing or blocking cookies may affect your browsing on our website, and it is possible that some functions may not be available and may even disable browsing.

The website www.enresa.es uses cookies with different functionalities:

Our website cookies installed on the users’ devices are not everlasting, rather, depending on their functionality, they have a limited permanence: from those cookies that delete themselves at the end of a browsing session, to other cookies that expire after 24 hours, up to the longest lasting cookies which expire 365 days after they were last updated.

The following table displays the first-party and third-party cookies that the website www.enresa.es current uses and the purpose for which each one is used:

FIRST-PARTY COOKIES OF THE DOMAIN: www.enresa.es
NAME OF THE COOKIEEXPIRYPURPOSE AND TYPE OF INFORMATION IT GATHERSFUNCTION AFFECTED IN CASE OF DEACTIVATION
1f616252c666968921000a2b5ef44e1c At the end of the browsing session    
c48b3f668f69f01659341181a9bb31e8 365 DAYS Users’ preferred language. Impacts on the functionality of the Web www.enresa.es
cookieaccept 365 DAYS If users have accepted the cookies Disablement of the browsing on the website www.enresa.es
THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
NAME OF THE COOKIEEXPIRYPURPOSE AND TYPE OF INFORMATION IT GATHERSFUNCTION AFFECTED IN CASE OF DEACTIVATION
_ga 1 day This type of cookie is associated with Google Universal Analytics- which is an update of the commonly used Google analysis service. This cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning them a number as a client identifier. It is included in each website request and is used to calculate visits, sessions and company data for the analytical reports of the website. By defect, they expire after 2 years, but this can be modified by the website owner. Impacts of the functionality of Google Analytics
_gat   This type of cookie is associated with Google Universal Analytics. Pursuant with their documentation, they are used to speed up the ratio of requests, limiting the gathering of data on websites with lots of traffic. They expire in 10 minutes. Impacts on the functionality of Google Analytics
_gid 1 day This type of cookie is associated with Google Universal Analytics. It saves and updates a unique value for each web page visited. Impacts on the functionality of Google Analytics
_streamio_session At the end of the browsing session    
FIRST-PARTY COOKIES OF THE DOMAIN: www.oficinaelectrónica.enresa.es
NAME OF THE COOKIEEXPIRYPURPOSE AND TYPE OF INFORMATION IT GATHERSFUNCTION AFFECTED IN CASE OF DEACTIVATION
JSESSIONID At the end of the browsing session Platform session cookie with a general purpose. Used on sites written in JSP. It is normally used to maintain the users’ session anonymous for the server. Impacts on the management of users.

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CONTROL AND HANDLING OF COOKIES

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Enresa wishes to point out that the variation of cookies that this website handles cannot be related to its management and maintenance. Consequently, reviews are carried out periodically to improve and update Cookies Policy.

Enresa does not assume any liability which may arise from legal or technical problems caused due to non-compliance with the recommendations included in this policy. This communication is made for inform the users and, therefore, it should not be used for any other purpose. Likewise, responsibility for the content and veracity of the privacy policies of third parties included in this Cookies Policy is not assumed.

If you have any question regarding the Cookies Policy outlined in this document, you can contact us at registro@enresa.es.

UPDATES AND CHANGES IN THE COOKIES POLICY

Enresa can modify this Cookies Policy pursuant to the legislative or regulatory requirements, or in order to adapt that policy according to the instructions given by the Spanish Data Protection Agency. For that reason, users are advised to check this policy regulary.

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Enresa News

06.JUL.2022

Almacenado en el ATI el primer contenedor de combustible gastado de la central nuclear de Santa María de Garoña

1er CONTENEDOR GAROÑA. FOTO NUCLENOR Se trata de la primera de las 5 unidades de este tipo de contenedores que está previsto almacenar en el ATI de Garoña, de acuerdo con la primera fase de carga que figura en las previsiones del Plan de Gestión de Combustible Gastado (PGCG) de Santa María de Garoña, recientemente aprobado por el Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico, previo informe favorable del Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear (CSN).

Las operaciones, dirigidas por Nuclenor, empresa propietaria de la central, han precisado de más de 160 horas para la ejecución de la secuencia de trabajos programados, tales como la preparación del contenedor, su traslado a la piscina, la carga de los 52 elementos de combustible gastado que alberga, su extracción y, finalmente, su traslado al Almacén Temporal Individualizado. Este contenedor, fabricado por la compañía española Ensa, tiene una altura de 4,85 metros, un diámetro de 2,1 metros y un peso de 71 toneladas, una vez cargado. La operación ha sido supervisada por el Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear.

Durante la carga se revisó el proceso previsto por un cambio de herramienta del manejo de combustible a otra también autorizada, circunstancia que ha sido comunicada por Nuclenor al Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear, ya que se considera relevante tanto para los nuevos procesos de carga en Garoña, como para el intercambio de la experiencia operativa con otras centrales.

El Almacén Temporal Individualizado de la central de Santa María de Garoña es una instalación de intemperie situada en el interior del recinto de la central nuclear. Su función principal es la de garantizar el almacenamiento seguro y estable del combustible gastado procedente de la piscina y de los residuos especiales de operación y desmantelamiento de la propia instalación. Consta principalmente de dos losas sísmicas sobre las que se pueden almacenar los contenedores de almacenamiento en seco.

Durante los próximos meses se continuará con la carga y el posterior traslado al ATI de Garoña de los otros 4 contenedores disponibles. Posteriormente, y ya durante la primera fase del desmantelamiento de la central nuclear bajo la titularidad de Enresa, y de acuerdo con el mencionado PGCG, se procederá a completar la evacuación del combustible remanente en la piscina (2.245 elementos) con 44 contenedores adicionales, que se encuentran actualmente en proceso de fabricación.