Exclusion Zone facilities

To date, the operation of all four units at the Chornobyl nuclear power plant has been terminated: unit 4 was shut down in 1986, unit 2 was shut down in 1991, unit 1 in 1996, and unit 3 in 2000. The Chornobyl zone is a strict access territory, which has undergone intense radiation contamination resulting from the Chornobyl accident. The legal mode of this territory is determined in accordance with Law of Ukraine No. 791-12

The main facilities at Chornobyl NPP industrial site

The main radioactive waste management facilities

Facilities to be constructed

Chornobyl Radiation and Environmental Biosphere Reserve

Activities in the Exclusion Zone

At the Chernobyl NPP started processing the liquid radioactive waste plant.

During the first week of operation of the liquid radioactive…

Chornobyl of Healthy Person: Exclusion Zone Guide by Radiation Protection Expert

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NSC Integrated Control System Tested at ChNPP

Experts of the State Scientific and Technical Center for Nuclear…

Chornobyl Exclusion Zone: Lest We Forget

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The main stage of the complex testing of Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage

The main stage of Spent Nuclear Fuel Dry Storage Facility (ISF-2)…

Abandoned Town of Poliske as Seen by Ukrainian Artists

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Poachers of the exclusion zone

Officially, on the territory of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant…

Selecting the new site location for radioactive waste in the exclusion zone in Ukraine

The IAEA expert mission under the project UKR 9038 jointly by…