Archive: Spent fuel management

  1. Decision time for Sweden's final repository for spent nuclear fuel
  2. Rokkasho plant will not start until 2021
  3. Status of plutonium management in Japan in 2016
  4. Unprecedented evidence of eroded safety culture at La Hague plutonium facility
  5. Japan decides to decommission the Monju reactor
  6. Sellafield's Evaporator D Project - A Lesson for La Hague?
  7. Reprocessing plant at Mayak to begin reprocessing of VVER-1000 fuel
  8. Future of Japan's Monju plutonium breeder reactor under review
  9. U.S. reprocessing plant at the Savannah River Site resumed operations
  10. French plutonium policy questioned by a former senior EDF official
  11. Russia is expanding its reprocessing program at Mayak
  12. Japan's new law on funding plutonium reprocessing
  13. Experts write to U.S. Secretary of Energy Moniz to support termination of the MOX project
  14. IPFM Report "Alternatives to MOX" in Chinese
  15. IPFM Report "Plutonium Separation in Nuclear Power Programs" in Chinese
  16. Chinese scholars express concern about Japan's fissile materials
  17. Plutonium disposition in the United Kingdom - Immobilization option re-opened?
  18. Areva continues negotiations to build reprocessing plant in China
  19. United States grants advance consents rights to Korea for overseas reprocessing
  20. Advisory group recommends building dry storage facility in South Korea
  21. United Kingdom transfers "breeder material" from Dounreay to Sellafield
  22. U.S. Department of Energy set to restart last remaining U.S. reprocessing plant
  23. Alternatives to MOX: a new report by the International Panel on Fissile Materials
  24. Taiwan spent fuel reprocessing tender process suspended
  25. Taiwan tenders spent fuel reprocessing contract
  26. Ukraine and Holtec sign an updated agreement to build spent fuel storage
  27. Two new reports raise fundamental questions on Savannah River MOX plant
  28. Ukraine begins construction of centralized spent fuel storage
  29. No changes in U.S. civilian plutonium stock in 2013
  30. Russia's 2013 civilian plutonium declaration
  31. UK civilian plutonium and uranium stocks in 2013
  32. China has not separated any plutonium in 2013
  33. French civilian plutonium and HEU in 2013
  34. 1,000 tonnes of THORP contracts abandoned since 1994
  35. MOX fuel in Japan: Summary of shipments, use, and storage
  36. Russia reports its 2012 civilian plutonium stock
  37. Switzerland declares its 2013 plutonium stock
  38. U.S. civilian plutonium holdings in December 2012
  39. Sweden wants to transfer ownership of 834 kg of separated plutonium to the United Kingdom
  40. China calls on Japan to return weapons grade plutonium to the United States
  41. U.K. plutonium re-use policy slammed in House of Commons report
  42. Nuclear train accident in Britain latest of a recent series
  43. United Kingdom remains undecided on plutonium reuse options
  44. Rokkasho reprocessing plant expects to begin operations in October 2014
  45. Areva to produce MOX fuel for the Netherlands
  46. Japan reports its 2012 plutonium stock to IAEA
  47. China's 2012 civilian plutonium declaration
  48. Japan's 2012 plutonium management report
  49. France declares its 2012 stocks of civilian plutonium and HEU
  50. Roadmap for ending plutonium separation in Japan
  51. Lessons learned from Sellafield MOX Plant
  52. Switzerland's 2012 plutonium holdings
  53. Areva to build reprocessing plant in China
  54. Dutch spent fuel arrived for reprocessing at La Hague
  55. U.S. Department of Energy sets strategy for dealing with spent fuel
  56. Russia declares its 2011 civilian plutonium holdings
  57. United States declares its 2011 non-military plutonium stock
  58. India plans to increase reprocessing capacity
  59. UK civilian plutonium and HEU stocks in 2011
  60. French civilian plutonium and HEU stocks in 2011