`Tainted' oil greases the wheels of industry

Seneviratne, Gamini
September 1996
New Scientist;9/28/96, Vol. 151 Issue 2049, p5
Reports that a food oil mill near Mazyr in Belarus is being converted to process rapeseed into industrial lubricants. Problems of farmers living in the shadow of Chernobyl; Conversion of the mill under the aegis of the Austrian Biofuels Institute; Soil monitoring for two radioactive contaminants from the Chernobyl disaster.


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