Australian officials review ANSTO's nuclear med plans

The Australian Parliament's Standing Committee on Public Works has started a routine consultation process into the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation's proposed nuclear medicine and Synroc waste treatment plants. The nuclear medicine manufacturing plant is expected to be finished by 2016 and will focus on producing molybdenum-99. The Synroc technology involves the storage of radioactive waste in synthetic rock, a method projected to cut the volume of nuclear byproducts by 99% compared with other storage procedures.

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