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Construction is expected to begin next year on the largest store and treatment plant ever to be built in Scotland to deal with radioactive waste.
The facilities costing a combined total of more than £300m will be built on land next to the Dounreay nuclear power complex in Caithness.
They were approved by Highland Council and forwarded to the Scottish Government for consideration.
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