Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Uranium-Enrichment-Facility-in-Russia-27MZIFLNJW2Y.htmlConceptually similarUranium Documentation in RussiaGP02MNQCompleted★★★★Uranium Enrichment Facility in RussiaGP02MNSCompleted★★★★Uranium Enrichment Facility in RussiaGP02MNUCompleted★★★★Uranium Enrichment Facility in RussiaGP011WSCompleted★★★★Tomsk-7 Nuclear Reprocessing Plant in RussiaGP0YG5Completed★★★★Tomsk-7 Nuclear Reprocessing Plant in RussiaGP01EC0Completed★★★★Uranium Documentation in RussiaGP02MNRCompleted★★★★Uranium Mill and Chemical Processing FacilityGP016Q4Completed★★★★Train Transporting Uranium Concentrate from the Mining FacilityGP0XJACompleted★★★★View AllGP014SEUranium Enrichment Facility in RussiaCentrifuge hall where natural uranium is enriched through centrifugal process. The process can be used to enrich uranium for civilian and military purposes. Until 3 years ago the facility was used primarily for enrichment of uranium for military purposes. The uranium enrichment facility is in the closed military city Krasnoyarsk-45 in Russia. Uranium hexafluoride is enriched in centrifuge halls to levels necessary for use in nuclear weapons or civilian reactors. The Greenpeace team that conducted an undercover visit to the facility 1994 documented close links to European companies, including French nuclear giant Cogema and German BASF.Locations:Eastern Europe-Krasnoyarsk-RussiaDate:1 Nov, 1994Credit:© Greenpeace / Victoria IvlevaMaximum size:3072px X 2048pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Outdoors-Radiation-Toxics (campaign title)-UraniumShoot:Uranium Documentation in RussiaIn November 1994 a team from Greenpeace Sweden visited the Krasnokamensk region in Eastern Siberia, in order to document the alleged environmental problems associated with uranium production in Russia.