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5-Aug-2019 - A contract has been signed between SSE Chernobyl NPP and construction company Ukrbudmontazh (UBM) for the creation of infrastructure for the early dismantling of the Shelter Object.
The Shelter Object still contains the molten core of the reactor and an estimated 200 tonnes of highly radioactive material. The stability of the structure has developed into one of the major risk factors at the site, and its potential collapse threatens to liberate more radioactive materials. A project to shore up the structure was completed in mid-2008, but at that time the maximum life of the stabilised structures was determined as the end of 2023.
A giant arched structure known as the New Safe Confinement (NSC) was constructed to enclose the damaged reactor and the Shelter Object to reduce the consequences of a collapse while also allowing the sarcophagus to be taken apart under controlled conditions.
SSE Chernobyl NPP (ChNPP) - the Ukrainian state company tasked with managing the Chernobyl plant - said UBM will carry out the work under the new contract in three stages. ... Continue reading on World Nuclear News
Nice article , but they could never pay me enough to even think about helping.
No my way again to Scotland pictures will be forthcoming when we get back as we are going to France also.