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/de)
- 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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