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Announced in December 2004, Safety and Ecology Corporation, Ltd. was awarded a multi-million pound contract for the removal of over 23,000 cubic meters of military waste from the Pacific Island of Kiribati. The contract was awarded by the Defence Estates on behalf Britainís Ministry of Defence.  

Safety and Ecology Corporation, Ltd. will aid in remediation of the island, which was used by the British government for the nuclear bomb testing in the 1950s and 1960s. 
Keywords: Kiritimati Island christmas island south pacific

Announced in December 2004, Safety and Ecology Corporation, Ltd. was awarded a multi-million pound contract for the removal of over 23,000 cubic meters of military waste from the Pacific Island of Kiribati. The contract was awarded by the Defence Estates on behalf Britainís Ministry of Defence.

Safety and Ecology Corporation, Ltd. will aid in remediation of the island, which was used by the British government for the nuclear bomb testing in the 1950s and 1960s.

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Keywords:Kiritimati / Island / christmas / island / south / pacific
Date:9/15/05
Credits:Stephanie Long
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Date added:Sep 15, 2005
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