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Reactor "Monju" is not to be restarted in 2013 fiscal year
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Nuclear Regulatory Commission of Japan officially decided not to begin preparations for the restart of the fast reactor "Monju" in Tsuruga city in the central part of the country.

This means that now broken prototype reactor is unlikely to be restarted before the end of March next year. The reactor generates power using the plutonium extracted from spent nuclear fuel.

The Commission has decided to issue an executive order on May 15, after a government inspection revealed last year about 10,000 omissions in checking the equipment of the reactor.

The authorities have criticized the operator, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, for the lack of monitoring compliance with safety regulations.

Source: http://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/russian/
Views: 863 | Added by: vladgon | Tags: Tsuruga, Monju, Nuclear Energy, Reactor | Rating: 0.0/0 |
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