Development of a system of neutralization of radioactive waste

Project manager Igor Peer
Project manager Igor Peer

The share of nuclear power in the today’s energy world is about 10%. Today there are 452 nuclear reactors operating in the world and there are some problems with modern nuclear power. This is the production of nuclear waste and the possibility of man-made disasters.


By 2025, there will be around 5 million tonnes of nuclear waste in the world. The cost of utilization of this waste is about one trillion dollars. Despite this, nuclear power is developing and one of the countries that continue to build nuclear power plants is China.


In addition to the fact that nuclear energy generates radioactive waste, there have already been two major catastrophes in the world related to nuclear power plant accidents - in Chornobyl and Fukushima. When such accidents occur, there is a huge release of radioactive substances.


All this leads to the fact that many countries have refused from nuclear power and shut down existing plants.


Our company ECOPROTON offers a completely new kind of nuclear power, which is based on a physical phenomenon discovered by our experts. It is a coherent collective evolutionary nuclear process. The main feature of this physical phenomenon, named after the scientist and developer Adamenko, is that with a certain impact on the substance, there is a so-called nuclear resonance with the release of a large amount of energy. This effect, which was discovered and reproduced experimentally, allows not only the creation of new type reactors that will be free of radioactive waste but also the creation of a system for neutralization of already existing nuclear waste.


For example, the half-life of cesium is 30 years. If it is exposed to an electromagnetic field with certain parameters of frequency, amplitude, potential, then it will launch a coherent collective evolutionary nuclear process that will shorten the half-life of this substance by hundreds of times.


For the industrial application of the effect, it is necessary to evaluate the radioactive waste, to analyze the radiation intensity and to perform spectral analysis. Based on the data obtained, it is necessary to adjust the installation to the desired mode of exposure and in the process of treatment of specific radioactive waste will neutralize them.


Our company today actively cooperates with the leading institutes of Ukraine in the field of nuclear energy and with the IAEA laboratory on work with radioactive waste. We are working to verify our technology for dealing with the radioactive waste that is being accumulated today at operating NPPs.


There is a patent describing the Adamenko effect, and today we are working on patenting a nuclear waste neutralization installation.