SHINE submits application for isotope plant to NRC

03/31/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

SHINE Medical Technologies in Monona, Wis., said it has submitted an application to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for the establishment of a medical isotope facility in Janesville, Wis., that will produce molybdenum-99, the precursor isotope to technetium-99m. The company said it anticipates the review of its plan will take 18 months. SHINE wants to start production by 2015 and projects to create at least 150 jobs.

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