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FRANCE-RADIUM/DECONTAMINATION
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July 16, 2012 
A nuclear waste professional looks at containers near a decontamination zone in a family house which... 
CHAVILLE, France 
A nuclear waste professional decontaminates a family house which was built on the site of a former speed... 
A nuclear waste professional looks at containers near a decontamination zone in a family house which was built on the site of a former speed dial factory in Chaville, outside Paris, July 16, 2012. France's national agency for nuclear waste ANDRA aims to decontaminate the more than 40 sites in and around Paris where an early-20th century craze for radium - used in everything from alarm clocks to body lotions - left small traces of the toxic element. The toxic waste is stored in bags and containers and then sent to Andra's nuclear waste storage sites. The placard shows the symbol of radioactivity and reads "controlled access" and "radiation danger". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
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