Sweden allocates $30 million to Russia’s nuclear waste recycling

Publish date: May 20, 2005

Sweden will help Russia to handle the liquid nuclear waste on the Kola Peninsula.

According to the SevRAO nuclear waste management, Sweden will allocate 30 million USD for the project. A group of inspectors from the donor countries like Sweden, Great Britain and Norway is currently visiting Murmansk Oblast. On May 18, the group visited the Kola Peninsula’s nuclear waste storage facility in Andreyeva Bay, where the international project is progressing. The inspectors said they were satisfied with the speed of its implementation, Interfax reported.