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The Commons

Getting the area to prepare for long-term storage

Nuclear expert says VY’s nuclear waste isn’t going anywhere soon

Originally published in The Commons issue #200 (Wednesday, April 24, 2013).

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Comments (4)

Shay (Town State, Belarus) says...
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29th August 2013 9:04am
Hattie Nestel (Athol) says...
Another comprehensive and highly informative article by Olga Peters. The Shut it Down Affinity group has now been arrested 30 times trying to shut down Vermont Yankee before it shuts down New England. I would encourage others to form small groups and follow suit. Hattie Nestel
26th April 2013 8:15am
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Gordon Howard (Manorville, US) says...
It's time to shut down all the Nuclear Power Houses and put all the Spent Rods (Nuclear Garbage) into dry casks, why do we have to wait for a USA Fufushima desaster ????
25th April 2013 2:55pm
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Glenn Carroll (Decatur, US) says...
Thank you for running this lengthy, informative article on spent nuclear fuel. The price tag for moving the nation's highly radioactive spent fuel out of the pools into safer, longer term dry casks would be $7 billion, Alvarez has stated elsewhere, and the nuclear industry estimates are even cheaper, $3.5 billion. This compares quite favorably with the $8.3 billion the U.S. has offered to put up to build new reactors with private industry and it is a positive idea to allow nuclear waste ... Read More
25th April 2013 11:46am
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