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Concern Over Sellafield Resumption

Published tisdag 18 juli 2006 kl 11.32

The Nordic countries have expressed concern to Britain over the possible resumption of nuclear reprocessing at its Sellafield plant.

In a joint letter, the environment ministers of Sweden. Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Iceland say the British government must have a plan for handling radioactive wastes and do risk assessments before resuming any reprocessing at the facility. It was closed in 2005 after a leak of radioactive liquid.

The Nordic countries have previously complained that the 57 year old complex on England’s northwest coast is polluting their waters.

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