In 1984 the Spanish Parliament created Enresa as a public non-profit entity responsible for the management of radioactive waste. Enresa is born, a company created to fulfill an essential public service: to collect, to treat, to condition and to store the radioactive waste that is generated in any point of the Spanish State.
Therefore, Enresa's mission is to protect people and the environment from radioactive waste. It is also Enresa's mission to dismantle disused nuclear and radioactive facilities and the environmental restoration of uranium mines.
In the early 1990s, the system was adapted to include the requirements of the international quality standard, UNE-EN ISO 9001 and in 1992 AENOR certified compliance with this standard and In recent years, Enresa has adapted its Quality Management System to comply with the requirements that the Nuclear Safety Council.
Enresa, as part of its strategic vision, has established commitments for the environmental improvement of all its activities, saving resources, preventing pollution and protecting the environment. The company has implemented Environmental Management Systems for all activities that can produce significant environmental impacts, thus controlling emissions, spills, waste, modifications of the landscape and consumption of resources.
Enresa spaces are interactive centers in which it is reported in a scientific but affordable way. They are open to all types of public, although their contents are specially adapted for the student community. The information is presented in panels, models and audiovisuals that seek the participation of the visitor. In addition, the visits are at all times accompanied by specialized staff who will solve all your doubts.