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Enresa News


Enresa y AMAC firman un acuerdo para dar conocer en los entornos nucleares las soluciones de gestión de los residuos radiactivos

El presidente de AMAC, Juan Pedro Sánchez y el presidente de Enresa, José Luis Navarro durante la firma del convenio.

Enresa y la “Asociación de municipios en áreas de centrales nucleares y almacenamiento de residuos radiactivos” (AMAC), han firmado hoy un acuerdo de colaboración para la organización conjunta de jornadas formativas e intercambio de experiencias en el ámbito de la gestión de los residuos radiactivos. El objetivo último para Enresa es facilitar la información sobre las soluciones de gestión de residuos radiactivos aplicadas en España y en otros países de nuestro entorno.

Para Enresa, siguiendo su compromiso de transparencia, es muy importante que los municipios situados en entornos nucleares dispongan de información directa sobre las actividades de Enresa, y que puedan conocer in situ el funcionamiento de instalaciones de gestión de residuos radiactivos, tanto en España como en otros países. Especialmente, tras la reciente renovación de alcaldes y concejales. Por ello, ha acordado con AMAC, la asociación que aglutina un gran número de poblaciones de estos entornos, la organización de varios eventos formativos e informativos que permitan mejorar el conocimiento sobre la gestión de residuos radiactivos en los entornos nucleares.

Entre las actividades previstas en el acuerdo figura la organización de una jornada formativa en Madrid para informar a los asociados de AMAC sobre las actividades de Enresa y en particular, sobre el Plan General de Residuos Radiactivos, de la que derivará otra jornada para visitar el centro de almacenamiento de El Cabril (Córdoba), para residuos de media, baja y muy baja actividad.

Además del ámbito nacional, la colaboración se extiende a informar sobre los modelos de gestión que se siguen en otros países europeos. Así, también se celebrará otra jornada formativa en Madrid que permita conocer el panorama europeo, tras la que se organizará una visita a L’Aube, el centro de residuos de baja y media actividad de Soulaines-Dhuys (Francia), que además permita el intercambio de experiencias con los ediles de los municipios franceses del entorno del almacén.

Finalmente, y respondiendo al interés mutuo por mejorar el conocimiento sobre la gestión definitiva del combustible nuclear gastado, también se diseñará una posible jornada informativa sobre el Almacenamiento Geológico Profundo (AGP), que podría completarse, en otro futuro acuerdo, con una visita al AGP de Olkiluoto, en Finlandia.

El acuerdo rubricado hoy por ambas entidades tendrá una duración de dieciocho meses, pudiendo prorrogarse por otros cuatro meses.

Enresa aportará la cantidad máxima de 56.250€, según los eventos que finalmente se celebren y los participantes que asistan.