2006, a key year for GEOVARIANCES in the nuclear sector

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Source: Geovariances

The past year is characterized by the strong development of our activity in the nuclear sector. Notably, several licenses of ISATIS have been acquired by CEA (French Atomic Energy Authority) in France, ONDRAF (Belgian Agency for Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissible Materials) in Belgium and JRC Ispra in Italy. GEOVARIANCES has also been involved in pilot studies, ISATIS training courses and on-site technical support.

Tackled issues have been numerous: characterization of contaminated soils, software solutions through modules for data processing (KarToTrak - see below), optimization of sampling strategy in contaminated concretes of installations to be dismantled, hydrogeologic modeling of various geographical sites, atmospheric dispersion, radon mapping...

And at last, GEOVARIANCES won the call for tender issued by ONDRAF about the hydrogeologic modeling of geologic formations which are being studied for the burying of radioactive waste (Boom Clays).

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