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    At Steve Vick International we develop and market techniques for the repair, replacement and decommissioning of underground pipes. These techniques are based on trenchless or ‘low-dig’ principles and...
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  • Article - 15 Aug 2003
    Scientists have developed a method for transmuting radioactive iodine from nuclear power stations into a safer form. The technology also has other potential applications. Posted August 13 2003