The ReprocessingApplication of chemical processes to separate the valuable s... Plant Karlsruhe (WAKSee reprocessing plant Karlsruhe. – Wiederaufarbeitungsanlage Karlsruhe) was designed for a throughput of a maximum of 35 t uraniumNatural radioactive element with the atomic number 92. The n... at 200 days of operation per year with an enrichmentProcess by which the share of a certain isotpe in an element... of up to 3% U-235 equivalent. The disintegration of the fuelSee 'nuclear fuel'. elements was effected in the chop-leach process, the U/Pu separation in the dual-cyclical PUREX processProcess for the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel to separa... with 30% TBPSee tributyl phosphate. in n-dodecane. Since the commissioning of the plant in 1971, about 200 t irradiated fuelSee 'nuclear fuel'. was reprocessed and more than 1 t plutoniumPlutonium - the 94th element in the classification of elemen... separated until the end of the operation in 1990. The total plutoniumPlutonium - the 94th element in the classification of elemen... separated in this plant is equal to an energyAbility to do work or diffuse heat. The unit of energy is th... content of 1.5 million t hard coal at a fissile share of 70%. The high active liquid waste of 60 m3 which resulted during the reprocessingApplication of chemical processes to separate the valuable s... is stored on the premises of the WAKSee reprocessing plant Karlsruhe.. The Vitrification Plant KarlsruhePlant on the premises of the reprocessing plant Karlsruhe fo... is presently erected on the premises of the WAKSee reprocessing plant Karlsruhe. for the waste solidificationAs a rule, radioactive waste becomes suitable for ultimate d... in order to obtain a product suitable for ultimate disposal. The dismantling work of the WAKSee reprocessing plant Karlsruhe. began in 1996.