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Osaka University and a cement company in Hokkaido have co-developed a low-alkaline cement utilizing rice chaff that will strengthen the durability of final nuclear waste disposal sites.

The development of low-alkaline cement is essential for the construction of nuclear disposal facilities that will need to remain durable for as long as 100,000 years to prevent radioactive materials from escaping.

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