Where are we

Where are we

Our central offices are located in Madrid. These are the corporate headquarters where the main governing bodies are located: Board of Directors and the company Executive Committee, as well as administration and central services, Institutional Relations and the Engineering, Fuel, Uranium Procurement, Quality, HR and Internal Auditing departments.

Located in the province of Salamanca:

The Juzbado Fuel Assembly Factory>

Our factory is one of the most innovative in Europe, as it incorporates last generation technology that optimizes resources and protects the environment.

The center has a specialized, highly qualified team that covers the entire fuel production cycle: supply, uranium storage, component logistics, fuel manufacturing, product quality control, development of equipment for manufacturing PWR, BWR and VVER products and management of the logistics and distribution to power plants in Spain and several European countries.

The factory has a maximum annual production capacity of 500 tons of uranium, in accordance with the current Operating and Manufacturing Permits, and a 5% maximum enrichment in 235U.

Other activities in the factory include the ones carried out by Quality Engineering which controls and certifies the final product quality, Process Engineering which develops the equipment and processes to manufacture the different products, and Fuel Services which coordinates the inspection and repair campaigns.

Safety is the company’s top priority and for this reason the factory has a Safety department that ensures that the facility is properly operated from the nuclear, physical, radiological and environmental standpoints. The company continuously invests in equipment renewal, process optimization and safety system improvement.

The factory has six specialized laboratories that track the manufacturing process, monitor the ambient conditions and control the personnel dosimetry program. These laboratories adhere to strict criteria of quality, independence, experience, professionalism, safety and environmental respect, as certified by ENAC as per standard ISO 17025 and AENOR as per standard ISO 9002.


Saelices el Chico Center (Ciudad Rodrigo)>

In 2000 the former uranium mines of Saelices el Chico were closed down, and immediately afterwards work began to dismantle the radioactive process installations and to reclaim the natural spaces affected by the mining operations. The dismantling of the Elefante Plant and its lixiviation ponds was completed in 2003 and the final reclamation of the mining operations in 2009, and both projects are now in their respective monitoring and control phases.

This environmental mine recovery project is one of the largest ever undertaken in Spain and one of the most important in the European Union, with an estimated budget of 150 million Euros.


Biogas Plant in Juzbado>

In 2011, a biogas plant was put into operation in the town of Juzbado. This plant treats agro-animal and agro-industrial wastes for the obtainment of biogas and agronomic valorization of the digestate. It is the first plant of its kind in Castilla-Leon. It has a treatment capacity of 70,000 tons of waste/year and a generation power of 500 kW, and it can operate more than 8,000 hours a year.


Located in other national regions:

Municipal Solid Waste Plant in Maestre de Cervera in Castellón>

This complex is the most advanced biotechnology plant in Spain for the valorization of municipal solid waste (MSW) and assimilable wastes based on bio-drying and accelerated oxidation. It serves 49 municipalities with a maximum seasonal population of 300,000 inhabitants, and on average it can treat 120,000 t/year.


Old mining facilities of uranium La Haba (Don Benito, Badajoz)>

La Haba uranium mines were in operation between the years 1966 to 1990, the year in which ceased its activity and environmental restoration work began. During the years of operation of the plant were a total of 190, 8 t concentrates of uranium with a law of 86,22% U3O8. The decision to end production, ENUSA launched a comprehensive program of closing that encompassed both the restoration of the countryside affected by mining, and to the decommissioning of installations of ore treatment operations. Restoration is completely finished and closed in August 2004 and the site is currently in phase of surveillance and control in the long run.