Pierrelatte


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Pierrelatte

(pyĕrlät`), town, Drôme dept., SE France. The center of France's nuclear industry, Pierrelatte has a large uranium-producing complex. Other industries include jute weaving and the manufacture of wooden containers.

Pierrelatte

 

a city in Drôme Department, France. The city has a plant that produces isotopes and concentrated uranium; the plant is situated near a dam on the Rhône River and a diversion channel.

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Contract notice: cleaning services at the marcoule and pierrelatte sites and related services
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5 percent stake in a holding company for the uranium enrichment plant under construction in Pierrelatte, southern France.
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Address : Centre Technique Dpartemental De Pierrelatte, Rue Franois Mansart, Code Service Excutant : 92 26700 Pierrelatte
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