The Reactor that Caused the World's Worst Nuclear Disaster Had to Be Enclosed; But Project Teams Had to Stay Safe and on the Same Page
Cleaning up the worst nuclear accident in history has taken more than 30 years -- and a nonstop cluster of high-risk projects. But the final phases of remediation for the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine couldn't proceed safely until the 10-year, US$1.6 billion New Safe Confinement project was completed.
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