New Chornobyl confinement will prevent radiation leakage for next 100 years

The Arch, the world’s biggest movable facility, is 110 m high and 165 m long, was built by JV Novarka. On November 29, it was finally put in place over the 4th reactor of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant, reports. The Arch

New Chornobyl confinement almost in place

A giant dome, called “The Arch”, will cover the old crumbling concrete sarcophagus constructed over the ruined 4th reactor of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant after the catastrophe on April 26, 1986, reports. In a few days, the 36,000-ton steel structure will

Reuters: China to build solar power plant in Ukraine Chornobyl exclusion zone

GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-SI), a subsidiary of the GCL Group, said it would cooperate with China National Complete Engineering Corp (CCEC) on the project in Ukraine, with construction expected to start next year, according to Reuters. "There will be remarkable social

Ukrainian President established Chornobyl Radiation and Environmental Biosphere Reserve

The newly established Biosphere Reserve will become one of the largest environmental institutions of Ukraine. It is located on the territory of Ivankov and Polissia districts of Kyiv region within the exclusion zone and zone of unconditional (obligatory) resettlement. The establishment of the

EBRD shows Chornobyl’s New Safe Confinement construction site

According to the statement of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), never before has such a huge structure been assembled under comparable circumstances and in the vicinity of a heavily contaminated site, reports. Work on the Chornobyl’s New Safe

30th anniversary of Chornobyl: Ukrainian President honored memory of liquidators and victims of disaster

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko laid flowers to memorial “To Heroes of Chornobyl” and memorial sign “To Warriors of Chornobyl” in the Memorial Complex of the Victims of Chornobyl Disaster, reports with reference to the Presidential press service. During his visit to