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In the 1960's the Department of Energy at Oak Ridge National Laboratory designed eight 50,000 gallon storage tanks for the liquid nuclear waste. Each tank was designed with its own ventilation system to purge radiolytic hydrogen and oxygen from the tank. This design induced water removal and necessitated the additional requirement ofentraining radioactivity from the exiting system by the use of demisters and HEPA filters. Up until the 1980's this was a sufficient method, via the hydrofracturedoi:10.25148/etd.fi14060860 fatcat:u2jypmgiq5b2pekkrju5eyx3pi