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The Ecologist places leaked Sellafield fuel pond photos in public domain

The Ecologist

31st October 2014

The full set of photos of Sellafield's highly dilapidated and dangerous B29 and B30 cooling ponds as leaked to us are placed in the public domain.

The original photos are accessible by clicking on any of the thumbnail images (below right).

We claim no proprietary rights over the photos, however attribution of source is always appreciated.

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