Reprocessed nuclear fuel returned to Japan for reactor use

(Madoka Ogawa/Kyodo News via AP) Without a plutonium-burning fast reactor, Japan has resorted to burning MOX, a mixture of plutonium and uranium fuel, in conventional reactors. Only three reactors, including two at Takahama, use MOX, a fraction of planned …
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