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ENTECH (European Nuclear Technologies Ltd.)

Entech is a joint venture company which was set up in 1994 by Strachan & Henshaw (UK) and SGN (France). S&H are mechanical handling experts with over 40 years experience. SGN are part of the COGEMA group in France and have proven experience in nuclear waste management.

ENTECH have offices in Aldermaston, Bristol and Dounreay.

Currently, we are heavily involved in the vitrification of nuclear waste and undertake complex waste management problems which complements the skills of both companies.

We have access to over 2,500 employees and can supplement this with resource from the parent companies, Weir Group in the UK and COGEMA and CEA in France.

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Address: PO Box 103
Ashton Vale Road
Bristol
BS99 7JT
Country:UK
Number of employees:2500
Company type:Limited
Ownership 1:50% Strachan and Henshaw
Ownership 2:50% SGN
Year created:1994
Qualifications:ISO 9000:2000 pending
Products: Analysis, Consultancy, Specialist Services:
Chemical and radiochemistry
Criticality
Electrical
Maintenance/Outage
Mechanical
Nuclear engineering
Nuclear liability
Operation (power plant)
Plant life time extension/ageing
Plant performance
Probabilistic Risk and Safety Assessment
Reliability
Safety Analysis
Seismic
Site selection and characterization
Start-up
Stress
Upgrading engineering and services

Cleaning / Decontamination:
Decontamination for dismantling/decommissioning
Primary circuit chemical decontamination
Primary circuit components decontamination
Reactor pool cleaning/decontamination
Spent fuel pool cleaning/decontamination

Decommissioning:
Defuelling
Initial characterization of installation
Pipe cutting
Remote handling technology
Waste conditioning and packaging

Fuel Cycle and High Level Waste:
Depleted uranium
Enrichment technology and engineering
Environmental impact assessment
Fissile material downblending
Fuel and HLW treatment technologies
Fuel assemblies: research reactors
Fuel consolidation
Fuel cycle facilities engineering
Fuel inspection equipment and services (spent fuel)
Fuel performance analysis
HLW treatment
HLW treatment: Transuranic
HLW characterisation
HLW Interim storage
HLW storage
Mixed Oxide (MOX) fuel
MOX fuel assemblies
Reprocessing technology and engineering
Spent fuel storage casks
Spent fuel storage design and engineering
Spent fuel storage, dry
Spent fuel storage, wet
Thorium and thorium fuels
Uranium enrichment, centrifuge plants
Uranium enrichment, gaseous diffusion plants
Uranium oxide
Vitrification technology and equipment

Waste (other than Fuel and High Level):
Alumina adsorption
Cementation
Centrifugation
Characterisation services
Compactors
Cutting equipment
Dewatering systems
Dryers
Environmental impact assessment
Evaporation
Filtration
Gaseous effluents treatment
Incinerators: circulating bed
Ion exchange
Ion exchange Resin treatment
Liquid radwaste treatment
Liquid treatment using precipitation
LLW/ILW waste treatment, conditioning and disposal equipment
LLW/ILW waste treatment, conditioning services
Mixed waste
Plasma furnaces
Polymer solidification
Pyrolysis
Recycling technology (contaminated metals)
Remediation
Repository site assessment and characterisation
Repository site design and engineering
Repository site safety assessment
Shredders
Supercompactors
Vitrification
Waste engineering
Waste management consultant & engineering
Waste management software
Waste management systems design
Waste treament plants safety assessment

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