Oskarshamn


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Oskarshamn

(ôs'kärs-hä`mən), city (1990 pop. 17,790), Kalmar co., SE Sweden, a seaport on the Kalmarsund (an arm of the Baltic Sea); chartered 1856. Manufactures of this industrial center include processed copper, paper, and machinery.
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Also, Byggmax had previously announced five other locations where it will open up stores during 2018, namely TranANs, Ljusdal, Vallentuna and Oskarshamn in Sweden and RiihimAnki in Finland.
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In spring 2011, the application for a permission to build a repository for spent nuclear fuel in Forsmark and an encapsulation plant in Oskarshamn was submitted.
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Only last week a swarm of jellyfish clogged a pipe bringing sea water to cool turbines in Oskarshamn nuclear facility, Sweden, forcing the whole plant to close down temporarily.
The incident occured in reactor 3 at Oskarshamn power station on the Baltic Sea coast, which is run by OKG, a subsidiary of the German electricity company EON.