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Russian Facilities Participating in the Cooperative MPC&A Program as of June 20051

DEFENSE-RELATED SITES

Uranium and Plutonium Cities
  1. Chelyabinsk-65/Ozersk, Mayak Production Facility

  2. Tomsk-7/Seversk, Siberian Chemical Combine

  3. Krasnoyarsk-26/Zheleznogorsk, Mining and Chemical Combine

  4. Krasnoyarsk-45/Zelenogorsk, Electrochemical Plant

  5. Sverdlovsk-44/Novouralsk, Urals Electrochemical Integrated Plant

Nuclear Weapons Complex
  1. Sverdlovsk-45/Lesnoy, Electrochemical Instrument Combine

  2. Arzamas-16/Sarov, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics

  3. Chelyabinsk-70/Snezhinsk, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Technical Physics

  4. Avangard Plant (Merged with Arzamas-16)

  5. Penza-19/Zarechny, Production Association START

  6. Zlatoust-36/Trekhgorny, Instrument Building Plant

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Information provided by DOE, as quoted in: National Research Council. 1999. Protecting Nuclear Weapons Materials in Russia, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. This information was verified by DOE in July 2004.



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Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material in Russia I Russian Facilities Participating in the Cooperative MPC&A Program as of June 20051 DEFENSE-RELATED SITES Uranium and Plutonium Cities Chelyabinsk-65/Ozersk, Mayak Production Facility Tomsk-7/Seversk, Siberian Chemical Combine Krasnoyarsk-26/Zheleznogorsk, Mining and Chemical Combine Krasnoyarsk-45/Zelenogorsk, Electrochemical Plant Sverdlovsk-44/Novouralsk, Urals Electrochemical Integrated Plant Nuclear Weapons Complex Sverdlovsk-45/Lesnoy, Electrochemical Instrument Combine Arzamas-16/Sarov, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics Chelyabinsk-70/Snezhinsk, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Technical Physics Avangard Plant (Merged with Arzamas-16) Penza-19/Zarechny, Production Association START Zlatoust-36/Trekhgorny, Instrument Building Plant 1   Information provided by DOE, as quoted in: National Research Council. 1999. Protecting Nuclear Weapons Materials in Russia, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. This information was verified by DOE in July 2004.

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Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material in Russia Maritime Fuel Navy Site 49 Navy 2nd Northern Fleet Storage Site Navy Site 34 PM-63 Refueling Ship PM-12 Refueling Ship PM-74 Refueling Ship Sevmash Shipyard Icebreaker Fleet Kurchatov Institute, Navy Regulatory Project, Navy Training Project Civilian Sites Large Fuel Facilities Elektrostal Production Association Machine Building Plant Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant Luch Scientific Production Association, Podolsk Dimitrovgrad, Scientific Research Institute of Atomic Reactors Obninsk, Institute of Physics and Power Engineering Bochvar All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Inorganic Materials Nizhny Novgorod Experiment Design Bureau of Machine Building Reactor Facilities Dubna, Joint Institute of Nuclear Research Scientific Research and Design Institute of Power Technology Moscow Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics Moscow State Engineering Physics Institute Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry Beloyarsk Nuclear Power Plant Sverdlovsk Branch of Scientific Research and Design Institute of Power Technology Khlopin Radium Institute Tomsk Polytechnical University St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute Krylov Shipbuilding Institute Lytkarino Research Institute of Scientific Instruments