Brenk Systemplanung GmbH (BS)
|ADDRESS||Brenk Systemplanung GmbH
52080 Aachen - Germany
|CONTACT||Dr. Jörg Kaulard|
|PHONE||+49 2405 4651-38|
BS has been active in the consultancy business for 40 years now. The services cover the areas of radiation protection, nuclear technology, software development, plant and process engineering as well as radwaste disposal, mining and environmental management. Founded at Aachen, BS has now additional branches in Hamburg, Bruchsal and Andernach, with about 50 engineers and scientists in total.
Our work in the nuclear field is executed under contracts mainly with the nuclear industry as well as with administrative bodies of the EU, international organizations like IAEA and OECD/NEA, national governments and responsible licensing authorities of Federal States of Germany. It covers all aspects of radiation protection, like dose assessments, activation and shielding calculations, calculation of dispersion of radionuclides in the environment, and a large variety of services in the area of decommissioning and dismantling, such as planning, execution of licensing procedures (both in the nuclear and the conventional sector), radwaste management, measurements, decontamination, clearance of materials and buildings and release of sites. We provide a broad set of measurement devices for radiological characterisation and clearance, including nine in-situ gamma spectrometers, several laboratory gamma spectrometers, contamination monitors etc. Our extensive software packages installed at several NPPs in Germany support clearance processes considerably.
We also deal with NORM and radioactive materials discovered in scrap or waste loads. Our license for handling radioactive substances allows us to offer complete waste management solutions from a single source.
Our activities in the field of radwaste disposal cover the entire (project) life cycle of a disposal facility for radioactive waste: site selection, execution of (long-term) safety analyses, planning and construction as well as operation and management issues of repositories and their decommissioning and dismantling, both for deep geological and near-surface repositories.
Several of our employees are appointed members of advisory bodies like SSK (Commission on Radiation Protection) and ESK (Nuclear Waste Management Commission) as well as and of international working groups of IAEA, EU and OECD/NEA.