Fuel Recycling for the U.S. & Abroad

Knoche, Philippe
July 2005
Nuclear Plant Journal;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p46
Trade Publication
Interviews Philippe Knoche, a mining engineer at AREVA Inc., regarding the Nuclear Fuel in Rokkasho Mura, Japan. Extent of the company's involvement in the nuclear fuel program; Benefits of the program for the U.S. Yucca Mountain approach to utilize an intermediary spent fuel treatment to reduce the volume and reduce the radioactivity of the end-products ready for long-term storage; Plans of the company for the U.S. Department of Energy's Highly Enriched Uranium recycling.


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