The basis of our successful work is our team of highly qualified and motivated scientists, engineers, and technicians from nuclear technology and mining and various disciplines of geosciences, natural sciences, mechanical and civil engineering.
Our headquarters are in Peine - a town between Hanover and Brunswick in Lower Saxony.
We are one of the world’s leading consulting and engineering companies in radioactive waste management.
We are committed to responsible and sustainable interaction towards man and the environment, thereby fulfilling our social obligations.
Our mission is to provide optimised solutions with maximum benefit to our clients. We comply with the highest safety and quality standards while striving for efficient use of resources and for cost-effectiveness in our solutions.
To achieve these goals we
• conserve and continuously expand the expertise of our personnel through training programmes and their involvement in research and development projects
• keep our expertise up-to-date with the latest developments in science and technology
• participate actively in the development of technical standards in order to foster work and to influence their definitions, especially in the field of safety technology
The Company is a small corporation in terms of Section 267 (1) HGB. The annual financial statements of DBE TECHNOLOGY GmbH are prepared voluntarily in accordance with the regulations applicable for large corporations.
As at December 31, 2013, the Company’s workforce consisted of 46 employees. Support for processing the tasks of the Company is provided by employees of DBE under the terms of an agency and service agreement that has been concluded with DBE.
This primarily involves the provision of commercial services.
The Company is integrated into the industrial safety concept and compliance organization of DBE.
Research and development projects continue to be of major importance. In conjunction with DBE, DBE TECHNOLOGY GmbH thus ensures that the how-how for the planning, construction, operation, and closure of repositories for radioactive waste is preserved and
further developed based on the state of the art in science and technology. In the reporting period, the Company was involved in a total of 16 national and international research and development projects.