ANSTO provides information on planned nuclear plant

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization has released details about its planned nuclear medicine and waste treatment facility. The group said the nuclear medicine plant will generate molybdenum-99 and the Synroc plant will process liquid nuclear waste from the isotope facility. The nuclear medicine plant is expected to generate 4,400 liters of liquid waste annually.

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