Revolutionary Technology Neutralizes Radioactivity Around Chernobyl by 47% – Using Only the Processes of Earth
Last April, on the 35th commemoration of the Chernobyl accident, the Swiss-based company Exlterra has reported spectacular results after one year of decontamination on a 2.5 acre plot of land, located in the radioactive exclusion zone around the plant in Ukraine. Currently, the pollution in the soil decreased by 47%, and in the air above the ground by an average of 37%. Between November 2019 and September 2020, they implemented their NSPS underground technology, and since then it has accelerated the decay of radioactive elements by harnessing existing energy in the ground in a sustainable process. At this rate, they believe that total remediation of the area is “seriously conceivable within four years”.