``No release of radioactive materials to the plant or its environs occurred and operating personnel were not exposed to harmful conditions,'' said the press release issued on Aug.
What does RADA stand for?
RADA stands for Radioactive
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- Russian Analytical Digest (publication)
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- Reconstruction and Development Agency (Sri Lanka)
- Risk Adjusted Dynamic Alpha Strategy
- Riviera Amateur Dramatic Association (France)
- Road Access for Disabled Americans (Berkeley, California)
- Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
- Rural Agricultural Development Authority (Jamaica)
- Regional Alcohol & Drug Abuse Advisory Committee (South East Texas)
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A sensitive instrument installed in the Canadian Arctic to monitor fallout from modern nuclear tests has detected small amounts of radioactive cesium produced by bomb tests decades ago.
Legacy of an Era It was a dramatic day in the history of radioactive contamination in the Former Soviet Union.
With radioactive sources hiding in some ferrous scrap supplies, this guide will help you select and use radiation detectors to protect your employees and operations.
The Department of Energy has a problem: what to do with millions of tons of radioactive metal.
CURRENTS (continued) salt bed tunnels slated to become the holding grounds for 850,000 55-gallon drums of radioactive nuclear weapons' waste.
NASDAQ-NMS: MLTN) (MMT) of Waltham, Massachusetts, announced they have signed an agreement to work together to demonstrate that molten metal systems can be applied to the treatment of commercial low-level and mixed radioactive waste.
This book covers aspects of both radioactive and non-radioactive wastes, topics rarely covered together.