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Radioactive Sampling from the Techa River near Mayak Complex (Photos) 

Radioactive Sampling from the Techa River near Mayak Complex (Photos) 

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07/22/2017 
In July 2017, Greenpeace experts took water and fish samples from the Techa river near Mayak complex in Russia. The results show high levels of strontium-90 in the water. High activity of strontium-90 was found in the fish samples, and its traces were detected in meat and vegetables. The analysis of samples shows that the level of contamination is approximately the same in the village of Muslyumovo where inhabitants were resettled to a nearby area claimed by Rosatom to be safe, as in other villages located on the Techa banks and that were not resettled. 
Radioactive Sampling from the Techa River near Mayak Complex
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