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Rosatom will clean up war time DOTs in St. Petersburg of radioactive isotopes

Rosatom’s enterprise FSUE 'RosRAO' will clean long-term firing points (LFP, or DOT in Russian) of the times of the Second World War located in the territory of the village of Belooostrov (the city of St. Petersburg) from local radioactive contamination, says the message from RosRAO, published on the website of Rosatom.
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«RosRAO will conduct decontamination operations at five long-term firing points (DOTs) as a part of a public contract with the Committee for Environmental Management, Environmental Protection, and Ensuring Environmental Safety. Parts of these facilities were covered by a permanent light emitting composite (SPD in Russian) during the war years, which contained radioactive isotopes,» the message says.

All the facilities are located in the village of Belooostrov, the total volume of pollution is 1.21 cubic metres in an area of 30.9 square metres, the message states.

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