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1, The dismantling of a nuclear reprocessing plant caused a leak of radioactivity yesterday.
2, At the nuclear reprocessing plant they extract plutonium from spent atomic fuel rods.
3, Both also banned the development of nuclear reprocessing and uranium enrichment facilities.
4, He was subsequently appointed director, Reprocessing Engineering Division, and became technical director and also a main board member in 1984.
5, Now disarmament and reprocessing are bringing about what fast reactors never did: surplus plutonium.
6, Other countries avoided the unpleasant side effects of reprocessing by storing the used fuel in dry stores.
7, Eventually they end up at a reprocessing plant where they are ground into tiny flakes, washed and dried.
8, Reprocessing is a highly technically demanding and extremely expensive operation, involving the extraction of uranium and plutonium from the spent fuel.
9, Revenues, from reprocessing domestic and imported nuclear fuels, are not expected to exceed ￡5.2 billion.
10, Reprocessing is a necessary first step towards recycling nuclear fuel.
11, Events prove that, in the context of reprocessing spent nuclear fuel, his prediction is being realised.
12, There are no serious long-term spent-fuel reprocessing or waste problems nor is there a potential for the large scale release of radioactivity.
13, The main motivation in signing reprocessing contracts will simply be to offload spent nuclear fuel on to some one else.
14, Reprocessing spent nuclear fuel rods increases the volume of waste and should be undertaken only when necessary for safety reasons.
15, Reprocessing of overseas spent fuel is a proper and appropriate business for Dounreay.
16, In the absence of domestic reprocessing facilities, waste is rapidly piling up in storage.
17, In another reprocessing plant, an air monitor alarmed, and as a precaution, personnel evacuated the area.
18, Reprocessing is becoming an increasingly costly item in the fuel cycle of Britain's ageing Magnox reactors.
19, The Krypton gas-peril of the new reprocessing plant in Cumbria has been exposed by the Mirror.
20, When they did so,[http://sentencedict.com/reprocessing.html] they hoped that reprocessing could cut the cost of disposing of nuclear waste.
21, In 1977, the president slapped a ban on the commercial reprocessing of nuclear fuel.
22, The report warns that there are no back-up facilities if the reprocessing plant breaks down.
23, He called upon the North to close its nuclear reprocessing and enrichment facilities and to submit its nuclear programme to international inspection.
24, The calculations compare new installations which would be operational by 2003 and include research and development costs as well as reprocessing and waste-disposal costs.
25, It is clear that steps must be taken to prevent reactor disposal of this material from stimulating reprocessing of commercial reactor fuel.
26, I wish to place on record my party's stance and my personal stance on the reprocessing of nuclear material at Dounreay.
27, It will be stored over the weekend at Winfrith and on Tuesday will arrive at Dounreay for reprocessing.
28, It would be a far sounder policy to run down western reprocessing.
29, But stocks of civil plutonium are flowing forth from reprocessing plants ordered during the 1970s.
30, The report also warns that there are no back-up facilities if any of the reprocessing plants breaks down.
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