Posted: March 23rd, 2011 | Author: peeladmin | Filed under: Scrap Metal Threft, Uncategorized, Urban Mining | Tags: Chernobyl, contaminants, environmental risk, radiation, radioactive, radioactivity | No Comments »
Over the last few weeks, the world has witnessed the horrific events unfolding in Japan.
First an earthquake of enormous proportions. Then a tsunami which leveled everything in its path. There has been untold tragedy, the displacement of thousands of people and now the problem of radioactivity contaminating the environment, including the food chain.
Even for the third largest industrial economy in the world, it will be a massive undertaking to work through this disaster.
Radiation levels in scrap metal stolen from Chernobyl found to be hundreds of times higher than permissible limits.
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Radioactivity In Metal – Unfortunately It’s One of Today’s Hottest Topics
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