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that is now assessing the seismic stability of buildings," Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov told residents in the central industrial city of Chelyabinsk on Saturday in televised remarks.
Key factors for the JAEC are safety, seismic stability and access to cooling water, which will be taken into account when the report is presented to the Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
These measures include the introduction of new technologies while disposing of nuclear waste, decommissioning of Chernobyl NPP, socio-economic recovery of affected areas, following modern requirements on seismic stability, and providing the State Nuclear Regulatory Committee of Ukraine, the country's main watchdog in nuclear energy, with an independent status on the legislation level.
In 1991, the California Department of Water Resources, Division of Safety of Dams agreed with a California American Water consultant's assertion that San Clemente Dam did not meet modern seismic stability and flood safety standards.
Chinese planners apparently ignored warnings about the dam's potential influence on seismic stability.
Topics in transport are covered next, including road and airport issues, seismic stability and railways, embankments on soft soil, and reinforced walls.
Although the seismic stability of existing dike is already diagnosed, but strengthening is delayed due to limitation of budget.
As the facility grows, the dam is continuously layered with additional tailings, using a variety of techniques depending on local climate, seismic stability, and regional regulations.