Plans & Construction
Construction of the first of three sections of the radioactive waste processing plant at the Kursk nuclear power station in central Russia has been completed, Nikimt-Atomstroy, the company responsible for the project, has said.
The completed section will process liquid radioactive waste and will be fully operational by the end of 2014, the company said. The two remaining sections of the project include a processing facility for solid radioactive waste and a storage facility.
Related reports in the NucNet database (available to subscribers): Replacing Russia’s Kursk Station To Cost EUR 8 Billion, Rosatom Says (News in Brief No. 284, 09 September 2014)