Norway wants to dump radioactive waste into Oslo fjord
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The government asked the company last NOAH management hazardous waste radioactive waste received in Langoya Island, about 50 kilometers southwest of Oslo, according to the online edition of local newspaper VG year.
The company said it conducted two technical evaluations and conclusions were that it could not accept sediments Sove mines in the district of Telemark, which date from the time-secret nuclear experiments of the postwar years.
But the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Fisheries wants to go ahead with the plan and has now hired the Swedish Defence Research Agency in Stockholm for evaluation.