Researchers from the University of Tsukuba find that soil decontamination efforts in Fukushima result in constant, high levels of suspended sediments and a rapid decline in radiocesium particles.
August 22, 2022
In a study published this month in Nature Sustainability, a research group led by the University of Tsukuba has revealed that although the initial effects of increased sediment load in rivers caused by the Fukushima decontamination efforts were unsustainable, several factors worked in the region's favor to reduce these effects.
Weston Solutions’ paper about innovative soil remediation wins top honors and advances science.
August 17, 2022
Weston’s original technical paper called “Pilot-Scale Study for In-situ Leaching of Residual Uranium from Remediated Soil” recently achieved distinguished honors reserved for just 16 of the 300 papers submitted at the Waste Management (WM) Symposia held in March 2022.