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Nuclear Fuel Services Close To Starting New Production Line

Published: 9:41 AM, 07/27/2009


ERWIN -- Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc., could get approval from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission as early as next week to begin operating a new production line that will convert highly radioactive uranium hexafluoride into other compounds.


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