On April 16, 1986, the Cherno plant was a giant reactor.
The meltdown was caused by a meltdown in the spent fuel of a large plutonium reactor at the site.
Since then, Chernobyl has become the world’s most famous nuclear power disaster, responsible for one-fifth of all global carbon emissions and one-third of the worlds total population.
In this series, CBC News looks at the story of Chernobyl and the people who lived through it.
By David LeblancA year after the accident, a group of Ukrainian farmers had to make do with scraps of coal.
They were lucky to have enough to keep alive.
But this was not the life of the farmers, but the life for many others.
In 1986, Chernovomash was the only coal-fired power plant in Ukraine.
The Chernobyl accident, which left nearly 200,000 people dead, left the town with a legacy of poverty, disease and isolation.
Now, more than three decades later, the town is in a state of shock.
Here’s what we know.
The Chernobyl disaster is a story of devastation and devastation.
When the Chernomash reactor exploded, an enormous fireball was released.
The blast and the smoke cloud, which lasted for more than four days, were so thick that it could not be seen from the air.
Thousands of tonnes of radioactive material was released, and the water, which was the source of most of the water from the Chernogomash plant, was laced with radiation.
The radioactive water leached into the soil and groundwater, and it polluted the air and water.
Chernobyl also was the site of a disaster that has left a trail of destruction for generations to come.
Over the next 20 years, a variety of measures were put in place to help the town rebuild.
But these efforts came at a price.
A huge amount of contaminated water was dumped into the sea.
In some cases, the water polluted the waterway and led to pollution of lakes.
Residents had to move to higher ground to escape the toxic radiation.
When that happened, there were no water pumps or other sources of water to help them.
And the Chernovomss water and sewerage system was not maintained.
It was considered unsafe and dangerous to use in the first place.
When the water was pumped out of the reactor, it was mixed with coal ash.
This was a major pollutant, and by 1986, over 300 tonnes of the toxic coal ash had been pumped out into the atmosphere.
The air in Chernobyl was polluted with this heavy metal.
The radiation released from the explosion was so intense that it caused cancer in many people who breathed it in.
The water that remained at the plant had to be treated in a similar manner.
The plant had no treatment plants, and all the water that was collected had to go through a treatment plant.
The water was treated at the treatment plant with a high-pressure water treatment plant (HPTP), which releases water from a tank to a high pressure tank.
The high pressure water is used for treating heavy metals.
The treatment plant then releases the water to the sea, where it is treated for contaminants.
The heavy metals released were highly radioactive and they leached from the water.
The plants heavy metals had to leave the soil by the sea to avoid contamination.
The waste water from burning coal was also treated in the same way.
The waste water was taken to a tank, and this tank was then pumped through a series of filters to remove heavy metals, and some of these heavy metals leached out into local water.
As a result, the contaminated water flowed into the Pacific Ocean, where the radioactive water was released into the ocean.
In 1986, when the Chernoborons contaminated water leaked into the oceans, it leached through the surrounding waters, and in 1991, the radioactive waters flowed into Japan, where they were deposited in the Pacific.
In 2003, the Japanese government began cleaning up Chernobyl’s water, and they also began using an international standard to prevent contamination.
But the problem was that the international standards were not being enforced in the Soviet Union.
The Russians were the ones that did the enforcement, and because of this, there was no enforcement.
Now the problem has spread around the world.
A lot of work has been done by the Russian and Ukrainian governments.
But in order to clean up the water in the areas that were contaminated, they needed to clean their own water, too.
There is no international standard.
In addition, many countries have regulations that restrict the use of nuclear power.
For example, countries such as the United States and Germany have no restrictions on the use or disposal of nuclear waste.
So if countries want to use nuclear power, they have to find a way to clean it up.
A report released in December of 2015 says that there is no way that a clean-up of the radioactive waste can happen without international cooperation.
In other words, the international community cannot solve the Chernaburg