"Bibliography on reactor siting and safety in reactor siting" (1957)

Dan Monceaux made this Freedom of Information request to Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation

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From: Dan Monceaux

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Dear ANSTO FoI Officers,

I wish to request a digital copy (scan) of the 1957 AAEC publication "Bibliography on reactor siting and safety in reactor siting". A copy of the document is held in the ANSTO library. Details can be found here: http://ansto.worldcat.org/title/bibliogr...

I am making this request under the Freedom of Information Act 1982.

Yours faithfully,

Dan Monceaux

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Dear Mr Monceaux

I refer to your email below and attach a digital copy (scan) of the 1957 AAEC publication "Bibliography on reactor siting and safety in reactor siting".

In order to minimise government resources in preparing a decision under the Freedom of Information Act, I am releasing this document under administrative access and unless I hear from you otherwise I will treat your FOI Request below as withdrawn.

Regards

Gemma Larkins
Senior Administrative Lawyer

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Luke

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