On 7 – 9 November, Urenco Nederland participated in an emergency exercise to rehearse the procedures required in and around Almelo, in...Read more Emergency exercise - Alert 2016
On Tuesday 18 October, Ligthouse by ASML has been named National Icon 2016. Stable Isotopes, a division of Urenco Nederland, has been...Read more National Icon 2016
On the morning of August 3, 2016, around 08:45 hours, a fire occurred in an induction dryer in the Recycling Center of Urenco...Read more Incident at Urenco Nederland
At approximately 10.30 today (10 June 2016), there was a small emission of a non-radioactive substance at Urenco Stable Isotopes on the Almelo...Read more Small emission of non-radioactive substance
Today Urenco Nederland restarted the remaining production capacity which had been paused following the incident that occurred on 27 August 2015. Affected...Read more Restart of production in SP5
At the request of the Dutch authority for nuclear safety and radiation protection (ANVS), the independent research institute RIVM, conducted...Read more Independent review confirms accurate analysis by Urenco
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