Hello everybody! Areva is supposed to build a plant in China to reprocess spent nuclear fuel (agreement hoped in Spring 2018). I should like to remind that the radioactive 85Kr fission product, which stays in the fuel rods until they're opened, can be stored easily until it has decayed, as I described there (drawings on Dec 03, 2011): https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/krypton-85-in-our-atmosphere.554562/ so there is no need to release it in our atmosphere. This operation is easier to design in a new plant, so it's a good opportunity for improvement. And: happy new year to everyone!