COVRA

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COVRA (Centrale Organisatie Voor Radioactief Afval) is the Dutch nuclear waste processing and storage company in Vlissingen,[1] which stores the waste produced in the Borssele nuclear power plant after it is reprocessed by Areva NC[2] in La Hague, Manche, Basse-Normandie, France. Until the Dutch government decides what to do with the waste, it will stay at COVRA. COVRA currently has a license to operate for one hundred years.

The director of COVRA is Jan Boelen.

References[edit]

  1. ^ COVRA website
  2. ^ AREVA NC - nuclear energy, nuclear fuel - La Hague

Coordinates: 51°26′30″N 3°42′41″E / 51.44167°N 3.71139°E / 51.44167; 3.71139