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Russia is building new international nuclear fuel cycle service center
20.09.2006 13:48
Russia is building new international nuclear fuel cycle service center

The head of Rosatom Sergey Kirienko announced the exact location where the international nuclear fuel cycle service center will soon appear. It is the electrolysis and chemical industrial complex in Angarsk that will enrich uranium. But the specialists say the center will start paying for itself no sooner than 2015-2020.
      The absence of military production at the plant afforded an opportunity of reprofiling. As Kirienko predicted, the international center is to start working in 2007.
      Sergey Kirienko promised the production to be ecologically safe and clean.
      The industrial complex in Angarsk is occupied only with uranium enrichment, no nuclear waste, says the head of Rosatom.
      Nevertheless, Russian department of Greenpeace organization has another opinion. The creating of the uranium enrichment complex is just the first step which will entail the problem of nuclear waste utilization. So Russia will have to build the appropriate center.


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