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PostSubject: Chernobyl after the disaster    Sat Oct 15, 2011 3:18 am

Chernobyl after the disaster

Following the accident, questions arose about the future of the plant L4781TA and its eventual fate. All work on the unfinished reactors 5 and 6 was halted three years later. However, the trouble at the Chernobyl plant c103 did not end with the disaster in reactor 4. The damaged reactor was sealed off and 200 cubic meters of concrete was placed between the disaster site and the operational buildings. SG3525A The Ukrainian government continued to let the three remaining reactors operate because of an energy shortage in the country. In 1991, a fire broke out in the turbine building of reactor 2sk63 2;[118] the authorities subsequently declared the reactor damaged beyond repair and had it taken offline. Reactor 1 was decommission in November 1996 as part of a deal between the Ukrainian government and international organizations tja1020 such as the IDEA to end operations at the plant. On 15 December 2000, then-President Leonid Kuchma personally turned off Reactor 3 in an official ceremony, shutting down the entire site.

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