Bulgaria's Kozloduy plant reconnects nuclear reactor after maintenance

SOFIA, Rubbish Removal Oct 29 (Reuters) – Bulgaria’s state nuclear power plant Kozloduy reconnected on Saturday its 1,000 megawatt (MW) nuclear reactor Unit 6 after a planned maintenance and refuelling, the plant said.

Kozloduy, situated at the Danube River, said in a statement that the nuclear reactor was reconnected to the national power after a Waste Clearance by the country’s nuclear regulator.The reactor Rubbish Waste Clearance (www.wasteking.Co.uk) was shut for Waste King annual repairs on Sept. 24.

Its other 1,000 MW reactor, Unit 5, was working at full capacity, House Clearance the plant said. (Reporting by Tsvetelia Tsolova)

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