Uranium Enrichment at GE-Hitachi in Castle Hayne

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10:02 am
Mon July 9, 2012

Nuclear watchdog group requests ASLB open final GE-Hitachi review to public

The Forrestal Building, United States Department of Energy headquarters

GE-Hitachi’s subsidiary, Global Laser Enrichment, is facing the last regulatory hurdle before a 40-year license is granted to enrich uranium in Castle Hayne – just outside of Wilmington.   Judges with the Atomic Safety Licensing Board have closed the final hearing to the public in its entirety.  But as WHQR’s Rachel Lewis Hilburn reports, one nuclear watchdog group is urging officials to reconsider that closed-door decision.

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Local
6:33 am
Fri July 6, 2012

GE-Hitachi uranium enrichment final license review to be private meeting

General Electric

One of the final regulatory hurdles before GE-Hitachi receives a 40-year license to enrich uranium in Castle Hayne will happen behind closed doors. 

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Local
7:18 am
Fri June 15, 2012

EPA points to Castle Hayne as Environmental Justice area

EPA

As GE-Hitachi considers whether to build a laser-based uranium enrichment plant on its campus in Castle Hayne, members of the surrounding community are generally in the dark when it comes to what – exactly -- the industrial giant might be creating in their backyards.

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Local
7:14 am
Fri June 8, 2012

Uranium enrichment possibility at GE-Hitachi in Castle Hayne worries some nuclear scientists

General Electric

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will decide by August whether to grant a 40-year license allowing GE-Hitachi to enrich uranium at a new facility in Castle Hayne.

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Local
5:00 am
Fri May 11, 2012

NRC presents Safety Evaluation of GE-Hitachi uranium enrichment plant

GE-Hitachi is working toward building a facility that would enrich uranium for utility companies to use as fuel in their nuclear power plants.

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