Russia goes mobile with nuclear waste processing

April 2015
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Apr2015, Issue 886, p23
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the development by engineers at Atomenergomash, the engineering unit of Russian government-owned nuclear company Rosatom, of a mobile unit to process low-level nuclear waste (LLW).


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