European isotope producers make plans to stem shortage

11/6/2009 | World Nuclear News

French and Belgian radioisotope producers have agreed to work together to prevent shortages of molybdenum-99 once a Dutch reactor shuts down for repairs in March 2010. In a meeting of the Association of Imaging Producers and Equipment Suppliers and European Mo-99 producers, operators of Belgium's BR2 reactor agreed to add an extra irradiation cycle, and scheduled maintenance of France's OSIRIS reactor will be delayed two months.

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