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(Russian anˈɡarsk)
(Placename) an industrial city in SE central Russia, northwest of Irkutsk. Pop: 244 000 (2005 est)



a city in the S Russian Federation in Asia, near Lake Baikal. 262,000.
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Their plants at Seversk, Zelenogorsk, Angarsk and Novouralsk account for about 40% of world capacity.
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The Russian uranium enrichment enterprise Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Combine (AECC) admitted at a public hearing in early December that radioactive waste containing uranium, transuranic elements, and uranium fission products are in storage at its "Site 310.
It has also negotiated the creation of a 120-tonne LEU reserve located at the International Uranium Enrichment Centre at Angarsk in the Russian Federation.
Razvozzhayev was charged on Wednesday with robbing a businessman of 500 fur hats and video cameras in the East Siberian city of Angarsk in 1997.
LEU Fuel Reserve, the "American Assured Fuel Supply" (AFS) IAEA LEU Fuel Bank Russian LEU Fuel Reserve, Angarsk Assurance of Supply: Enrichment Services International Uranium Enrichment Center (IUEC), Angarsk, Russia Germany's Multilateral Enrichment Sanctuary Project (MESP) Back-End Fuel Cycle Proposals International Framework for Nuclear Energy Cooperation (IFNEC) Supply-Side Approaches Nuclear Suppliers Group Group of Eight Nations (G-8) Comparison of Proposals Prospects for Implementing Fuel Assurance Mechanisms Issues for Congress
It will be located at Rosneft's Angarsk Petrochemical Complex in Irkutsk Oblast, Russia, and is scheduled for completion by the end of 2014.
In December 2011 SDS Holding bought Sibur Mineral Fertilizers, which controls Azot Kemerovo and Angarsk Nitrogen Plant, for total $1b.
Oil processing at Angarsk plant, also controlled by Rosneft, was up by 15.
On February 5, 2008, Armenia joined Russia's International Uranium Enrichment Center (IUEC) in Angarsk.
The bank holds 120 tons of low-enriched uranium in a storage facility in Angarsk under the auspices of the IAEA and helps to ensure IAEA member states have access to low-enriched uranium for nuclear power reactors in case of interruptions of supply from abroad.