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RE: Reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel is dangerous, expensive and unnecessary
Letters Representative U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 RE: Reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel is dangerous, ... nuclear fuel from commercial power reactors. Reprocessing, which separates weapons-usable plutonium from the other nuclear waste contained in spent fuel, would be enormously expensive, make disposing of our nuclear ...
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RE: Reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel is dangerous, expensive and unnecessary
Letters Senator U.S. Senate Washington, D.C. 20510 RE: Reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel is dangerous, expensive and unnecessary ... nuclear fuel from commercial power reactors. Reprocessing, which separates weapons-usable plutonium from the other nuclear waste contained in spent fuel, would be enormously expensive, make disposing of our nuclear ...
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Transportation of Spent Nuclear Fuel - Fact Sheet
Spent Nuclear Fuel - Fact Sheet Close Window Text Version Transportation of Spent Nuclear Fuel A safe, dependable transportation system is a crucial link in the operation of any proposed permanent geologic repository for the disposal of spent nuclear fuel. Over the last 40 years, approximately 3,000 shipments of spent nuclear fuel have been transported safely over America's highways, ...
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Resources on Nuclear Energy
Nuclear Research Centre Canada: The Canadian Nuclear Association Czech Republic: Nuclear Research Institute USA: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Japan: Japan Atomic Industry Research Institute (JAERI) Japan: Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited (JNFL) Japan: Power Reactor and Nuclear Fuel ...
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EIA Energy Kids Page- Nuclear Energy (fusion and fission), Uranium, Atomic Energy
Nuclear power plants use nuclear fission to produce electricity. NUCLEAR FUEL - URANIUM The fuel most widely used by nuclear plants for nuclear ...
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1 million europeans sign against nuclear power
HOME | CAMPAIGN NEWS | ABOUT NUCLEAR POWER | CONTACT NEWSLETTER - JUNE 2006 1 MILLION PETITION AGAINST NUCLEAR POWER www.million-against-nuclear.net NEARLY 400.000 SIGNATURES COUNTED! Dear friends for a nuclear ... quality (The Guardian, April 24 2006). Japan Nuclear Fuel Ltd broke news of a radioactive water leakage at the Rokkasho nuclear reprocessing plant where the latest round of ...
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1 million europeans sign against nuclear power
EURATOM treaty 4 May 1986 - Hamm-Uentrop, West-Germany An experimental 300-megawatt THTR-300 PBMR in West-Germany released radiation after one of its spherical fuel ... a cracked pipe into a stainless steel sump chamber at the Thorp nuclear fuel reprocessing plant. The partially processed spent fuel was drained into holding tanks outside the plant. MORE September/Octtober 2005 ...
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Friends of the Earth: Energie en Klimaat Nuclear energy is not the answer
"Fast breeder technology will provide unlimited resources" "Nuclear power does not emit greenhouse gases" "There are no other major problems with nuclear power" "There is plenty of nuclear fuel" "There are no alternatives" "Nuclear ...
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``No Nuclear Weapons'' | COA News
Do you think there can be nuclear energy without proliferation? Shultz: If you get the nuclear fuel cycle under control, yes. But I listen to people talk about nuclear power plants, and they hardly ... the fuel is spent, it can be reprocessed into plutonium. If nuclear power spreads--as the people who are worried about global warming are pushing for--then the problem of the nuclear fuel cycle ...
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EIA - Energy Information Sheets Index: Nuclear Power Generation
The nuclear industry generated 72.2 billion kilowatt hours in July 2006, the second highest monthly total ever. How is electricity from nuclear fuel generated? Uranium ore must be chemically processed, enriched, and formed into pellets before it can be used as a fuel. Uranium fuel pellets are loaded into hollow tubes called fuel rods. Hundreds of fuel ...
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