Uranium Enrichment Factory
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The following countries are known to operate enrichment facilities: Argentina, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Iran, Japan, the Netherlands, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Belgium, Iran], Italy, and Spain hold an investment interest in the French Eurodif enrichment plant, with Iran's holding entitling it to 10% of the enriched uranium output. Countries that had enrichment programs in the past include Libya and South Africa, although Libya's facility was never operational. Australia has developed a laser enrichment process known as SILEX, which it intends to pursue through financial investment in a U.S. commercial venture by General Electric. It has also been claimed that Israel has a uranium enrichment program housed at the Negev Nuclear Research Center site near Dimona.
- Lingen (Advanced Nuclear Fuels)
- When was it built?
- What was done there?
- When was it closed?
- Where was the waste stored?
- How dangerous is the site for the environment?
- Remediation project: when was it implemented?
- ↑ Arjun Makhijani, Lois Chalmers, Brice Smith (): Uranium enrichment, http://www.ieer.org/reports/uranium/enrichment.pdf
- ↑ "Q&A: Uranium enrichment", , (1 September 2006).
- ↑ "Laser enrichment could cut cost of nuclear power", , (26 May 2006).
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