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|Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Forsmark, Sweden, and also the site of the Swedish Final repository for radioactive operational waste. It is operated by a subsidiary of Vattenfall.|
|Wendish Resistance Against Nuclear Politics:|
For 20 years now, people are obstructing the planned Nuclear Waste Disposal Center at Gorleben - consisting of a drum storage for nuclear waste, the fuel element storage, the pilot conditioning plant and the ultimate nuclear waste dump.
It soon became clear that it was not a matter of self-interest of small-minded citizens from...
|4 burner nuclear plant in France, 240 km southwest of Paris.||08/17/2005||642|
|High resolution image of a nuclear power plant near Lyon, France. ||09/01/2005||619|
|Sellafield is operated by British Nuclear Group. It houses the Thorp nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the Magnox nuclear fuel reprocessing plant, the inactive Calder Hall Magnox nuclear power station (the world's first commercial nuclear power station), and other older nuclear facilities. Formally known as Windscale.||01/19/2006||1,224|
|CNPE Le Bugey is a Nuclear Power Plant located on the river Rhône, east of Lyon, France||08/28/2005||517|
|in south of france , a nuclear plant in Rhone valley ||04/01/2006||449|
|"The Four Eggs". The digestion towers of the waste water treatment plant of Bottrop.||02/22/2007||379|
|The Most Polluted Spot on Earth - standing on the banks of this lake for 1 hour will kill you.|
According to a Worldwatch Institute report on nuclear waste, the "most polluted spot" on earth is Lake Karachai in the South Ural mountains.
Until the 1960s, Lake Karachai was used as a repository for high-level radioactive wastes from the nearby Mayak nuclear plant. The plant, also ...
|Nuclear power plant in Cattenom, France, near the German border.
Editor's note (Wikipedia info): Cattenom has 4 reactors of 1300 MWe each, near the Luxembourg and German borders.
|Le Blayais nuclear power plant near Bordeaux - France|
(Electricité de France)
|Ågesta Nuclear Power Plant was a 80 MW Heavy water reactor plant opened 1963 and closed down 1974. It was a combined district heating and electricity facility.||04/17/2009||611|