Former Minatom collects money to build nuclear spent fuel reprocessing plant in Siberia

Publish date: April 30, 2004

The representatives of the Zheleznogorsk Chemical Combine announced this fact at the meeting of the Commission on Natural Resources of the Krasnoyarsk Legislative Assembly in March.

According to the Press-Line agency, the plant construction was suspended for 20 years. However, the money earned for spent nuclear fuel storage at the Zheleznogorsk Chemical Combine is transferred to a special account. Some part of the money is used to support the operation of the plant, while another part is assigned for the construction of the reprocessing plant.

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