Russia gets Japanese treatment

30 November 2001

Japan is set to provide Russia with a liquid radioactive waste treatment plant near the far eastern Russian city of Vladivostock. Japan started building the ¥4.2 billion ($36 million) facility in April 1998 to prevent Russia from dumping radioactive waste from dismantled nuclear submarines in the Sea of Japan.
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