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Shimizu to Clean Up Dioxin-Tainted Soil at Vietnam Airport

Shimizu to Clean Up Dioxin-Tainted Soil at Vietnam Airport

   Hanoi, July 11 (Jiji Press)--Major Japanese general contractor Shimizu Corp. <1803> has said that it will conduct an experiment to clean up dioxin-tainted soil at Bien Hoa Airport in southern Vietnam, where U.S. forces stored defoliants during the 1955-1975 Vietnam War.
   In collaboration with Vietnam's Ministry of National Defense, Shimizu will start in November the construction of a plant for decontaminating soil at the premises of the airport. The decontamination experiment will be carried out for three and a half months from January 2019.

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