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El Gobierno aprueba el Séptimo Plan General de Residuos Radiactivos

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El Consejo de Ministros, a propuesta del Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico (MITECO), ha aprobado hoy el Séptimo Plan General de Residuos Radiactivos (PGRR), documento en el que se establece la política del Gobierno en materia de gestión de los residuos radiactivos, incluido el combustible nuclear gastado, y del desmantelamiento y la clausura de las instalaciones nucleares.

Según ha informado el Gobierno en una nota de prensa, este 7º PGRR ha superado una larga tramitación, iniciada en marzo de 2020 con la difusión del borrador del Plan. Es el primer PGRR sometido a evaluación ambiental estratégica -que también incluye una fase de consultas e información pública- y al informe del Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear y de las comunidades autónomas, al objeto de garantizar una amplia participación, consenso y respaldo social.

El 7º PGRR sustituye al 6º PGRR vigente hasta hoy, que se aprobó en 2006 y debería haberse actualizado antes del 2015, de acuerdo con el calendario establecido por la Directiva 2011/70/Euratom, por la que se establece un marco comunitario para la gestión responsable y segura del combustible nuclear gastado y de los residuos radiactivos.

El 7º PGRR está en consonancia con el Plan Nacional Integrado de Energía y Clima 2021-2030 (PNIEC), que fija la hoja de ruta para que España cumpla los objetivos europeos de clima y energía, y con el Protocolo de cese ordenado de explotación de las centrales nucleares, firmado en marzo de 2019 entre Enresa y sus propietarios.

El Plan aprobado hoy, informa el Gobierno, contempla un escenario de referencia que incluye:

  • Cese de la operación de las centrales nucleares entre 2027 y 2035. Según el 6º PGRR la parada definitiva de las centrales que están en operación se hubiera producido, a los 40 años de vida útil, entre 2021 y 2028.
  • Inicio del desmantelamiento de las centrales nucleares a los tres años de su cese de operación definitivo, excepto Vandellós I, cuya última fase se ejecutará a partir de 2030.
  • Continuidad de la operación del centro de almacenamiento de El Cabril (Córdoba) para residuos de media, baja y muy baja actividad, hasta completar el desmantelamiento de las centrales, como ya estaba planificado en el 6º PGRR.
  • Continuidad de las actuaciones para ampliar la capacidad de los Almacenes Temporales Individualizados (ATI) para el combustible gastado en las centrales nucleares, que permitan su explotación y su desmantelamiento, como ya estaba previsto en el 6º PGRR.
  • Puesta en marcha de siete Almacenes Temporales Descentralizados (ATD) en los emplazamientos de las centrales nucleares, para el combustible gastado y los residuos de alta actividad, hasta su traslado al almacenamiento definitivo. El ATD de cada central estará formado por su ATI más una nueva instalación complementaria o medidas adicionales, que permitan realizar las operaciones de mantenimiento de los contenedores en los que se almacena el combustible gastado cuando la central deje de estar operativa.
  • Almacenamiento definitivo del combustible gastado y los residuos de alta actividad en un Almacén Geológico Profundo (AGP), que es la solución técnica que ya estaba prevista en el 6º PGRR y que ha sido elegida por los países más avanzados en esta materia. El 7º PGRR establece una hoja de ruta para que España pueda disponer de un AGP, asegurando un proceso previo de información y participación pública, a semejanza de los desarrollados en los países europeos que ya han decidido el emplazamiento de sus AGP, como Finlandia, Suecia, Suiza y Francia.

El 7º PGRR prevé unos costes futuros de 20.220 millones de euros que, de acuerdo con el principio de 'quien contamina, paga', se sufragarán con el Fondo para la financiación de las actividades del PGRR, gestionado por Enresa y dotado con las aportaciones económicas de los titulares de las instalaciones nucleares.

El Gobierno, que en el mismo Consejo de Ministros también ha acordado dejar sin efecto la designación de Villar de Cañas (Cuenca) para albergar un Almacén Temporal Centralizado, dará cuenta de la aprobación del 7º PGRR a las Cortes Generales y a la Comisión Europea.