Rokkasho village with a population of about 10,000 has grown into a center of facilities important to achieve the so-called fuel cycle, including the country's first commercial reprocessing plant, a high-level radioactive waste storage facility and a uranium enrichment factory.
What does RWSF stand for?
RWSF stands for Radioactive Waste Storage Facility (various locations)
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- Regional Water Supply Commission
- Rivers and Water Supply Commission (Australia)
- Regional WorkShop Coordinating Committee
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- Royal White Star Hockey Club
- Roadrunner Wireless Services, Inc.
- Rotary Wing Society of India (New Delhi, India)
- Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation
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- Rural Water Supply Network (Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A radioactive waste storage facility at 261 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg may have to find a new home soon, pending Governor David Paterson's approval of a piece legislation that has already been passed by the state Senate and Assembly, according to the Brooklyn Eagle.
But any decision is likely to provoke a howl of protest from locals who do not want to live next to a radioactive waste storage facility.
The 1,100-megawatt boiling-water reactor is also the first commercial reactor to open in Aomori Prefecture, which has a number of nuclear facilities, including a spent fuel reprocessing plant and a high-level radioactive waste storage facility.