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More than 23 tonnes of radioactive waste have been removed in the Moscow region in May 2005
More than 17 tonnes of contaminated soil were removed from the embankment of the Moscow River in the southern part of the city. Clean-up work is still under way. Almost 900 kilograms of contaminated soil and waste were removed from the city of Elektrostal, over four tones from the Ramenskoye district, and about 500 kilograms from the Mytishchi area. In Zelenograd, specialists picked up a container with depleted uranium on the grounds of a construction cooperative. All contaminated waste will be stored at a special site.
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