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Recyclable-Fuel Storage Co. said Friday it has resumed constructing a facility to temporarily store spent nuclear fuel in Mutsu, Aomori Prefecture, about a year after work was halted for safety checks due to the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear crisis.

The company, set up by Tokyo Electric Power Co. and Japan Atomic Power Co., now plans to postpone the start of operations at the facility to October 2013 from July 2012.

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