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2014-11-25 23:09:50

Global Nuclear Decommissioning Market 2014-2018 new industry research report, that profiles key players like Areva, Babcock International Group PLC, Studsvik, URS and Westinghouse Electric Company

2013-11-06 11:15:37

The researchers, from the University of Sheffield's Faculty of Engineering, have shown that mixing plutonium-contaminated waste with blast furnace slag and turning it into glass reduces its volume by 85-95 per cent.

2013-03-19 23:01:26

As part of its updated business plan, the NDA currently has an annual expenditure of almost £3 billion a year.

2012-08-10 23:02:23

With the decommissioning projects costing up to $5billion, it is critical for decommissioning managers to complete their projects on time and within their stringent allocated budgets.

2010-04-08 12:49:00

France Uses Less than 1 Percent of the Natural Uranium Resource, Has Higher Waste Volume; Reprocessing Still Requires a Repository and Increases Costs, Proliferation Risks WASHINGTON, April 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Contrary to some prevailing opinion, reprocessing would not eliminate the need for a deep geologic disposal program to replace Yucca Mountain.

2008-09-02 03:00:24

By Smulian, Mark Waste management firm Sita wants to bury radioactive residue in a derelict mine that is already at the centre of a dispute between its owners and local authority planners.

2008-07-24 00:00:40

REDHALL Group, the specialist engineering and support services group, today revealed it had signed two key contracts in the nuclear and chemicals markets.

2008-06-24 18:02:40

Council leaders are pressing ahead with plans to turn two Birmingham secondary schools into city academies, despite protests from teaching unions.


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  • In dressmaking, straps running from the belt in front over the shoulders to the belt in the back, with more or less elaboration of trimming and outline. They usually broaden at the shoulder and narrow toward the waist.
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