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Decommissioning of Connecticut Yankee
THE DECOMMISSIONING OF THE CONNECTICUT YANKEE nuclear power plant in Haddam Neck is now more than 90 percent complete. The reactor containment building and its highly recognizable concrete dome shell is one of the last remaining buildings to be dismantled in the two-year decommissioning project. The dome structure stood 170 feet high, but 30 feet were all that remained on Friday. The dome was weakened from the bottom up using a state-of-the-art reduction method. 

Keywords: DECOMMISSIONING CONNECTICUT_YANKEE Haddam_Neck

Decommissioning of Connecticut Yankee

THE DECOMMISSIONING OF THE CONNECTICUT YANKEE nuclear power plant in Haddam Neck is now more than 90 percent complete. The reactor containment building and its highly recognizable concrete dome shell is one of the last remaining buildings to be dismantled in the two-year decommissioning project. The dome structure stood 170 feet high, but 30 feet were all that remained on Friday. The dome was weakened from the bottom up using a state-of-the-art reduction method.

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Filename:24420105.jpg
Album name:Rennhack / Connecticut Yankee (Haddam Neck)
Rating (2 votes):55555
Keywords:DECOMMISSIONING / CONNECTICUT_YANKEE / Haddam_Neck
Date:Jul. 11, 2006
Credits:PATRICK RAYCRAFT
Filesize:85 KiB
Date added:Jul 17, 2006
Dimensions:500 x 277 pixels
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