Summary: A nuclear fuel manufacturing plant at Sellafield which employs 800 workers will close.
What does FMP stand for?
FMP stands for Fuel Manufacturing Plant
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Samples in periodicals archive:
25 Kyodo A uranium conversion facility and a nuclear fuel manufacturing plant in Isfahan, central Iran, were shown to Japanese news media including Kyodo News on Wednesday.
Westinghouse UK - one of the first British nuclear companies - runs the UK's nuclear fuel manufacturing plant at Springfields, Lancashire, and is set to be a major player in new builds.
The most wide-ranging sell-off of British nuclear assets was under way last night, with the private sector being offered everything from stockpiled uranium to atomic fuel manufacturing plants and land at 18 sites.
Last weekend, the New York Times Metro section identified a Brooklyn company that “may soon be home to one of the largest biodiesel fuel manufacturing plants in the country.
This powder is then shipped to a fuel manufacturing plant where it is formed into hard ceramic pellets.
Discharge from rocket fuel manufacturing plants, demilitarization of weapons, and the washing out and refueling of rockets are responsible for most of the ammonium perchlorate released into the environment (Urbansky 1998; U.
The construction of two new power stations by Eskom, the de-mothballing of three others, and the construction of an extra synthetic fuel manufacturing plant will result in the domestic demand for coal stepping-up by an additional 75 million tones, notes the analyst of this research.