The Rokkasho reprocessing plant has not yet started full-scale operation amid repeated problems, despite nearly 20 years having passed since the beginning of its construction.
What does RRP stand for?
RRP stands for Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant (Japan)
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This pool of knowledge draws upon the company's experience in delivering storage tanks for highly radiated waste liquid to the Tokai and Rokkasho reprocessing plants (respectively in Ibaraki and Aomori prefectures) and on its knowhow accumulated through construction of many plants both within and outside Japan.
With the addition of JNFL's vast expertise in developing and operating its Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant in Japan, the industry group brings together state-of-the-art technical capability, advanced safeguards and international regulatory experience, and unmatched industry know-how in the design, construction, and operation of the Nuclear Fuel Recycling Center proposed in GNEP.
About 150 liters of highly radioactive waste liquid leaked from piping at the Rokkasho reprocessing plant in January.
The Rokkasho reprocessing plant, which has been on a test run since late March, is Japan's first commercial-basis reprocessing plant and is much bigger in scale than a pilot plant built in another nuclear complex in Tokaimura, Ibaraki Prefecture in eastern Japan.
The International Atomic Energy Agency will station nuclear inspectors at the Rokkasho reprocessing plant because the plutonium to be extracted is fissile and can be used for nuclear weapons.
In its estimate, the federation assumed that the Rokkasho reprocessing plant would operate at 100 percent capacity in at least several years after the start of the operation.
The storage facilities, which the government claims are indispensable for Japan's nuclear fuel-cycle program, are also said to be necessary because the volume of spent fuel from nuclear plants nationwide will exceed the capacity at the Rokkasho reprocessing plant, now under construction, also in Aomori Prefecture.