Snake River Steam Inspires Cryogenic Cleaning Technology

Snake River Steam Inspires Cryogenic Cleaning Technology

In the early 1990s the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) needed a method to open containers that stored nuclear contaminates. There were available options that could open the containers, but they had the potential of creating large amounts of contaminated secondary waste streams. Finding a way to open the containers without ...

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