Texas sues feds -- including Rick Perry -- for failing to license nuclear waste
"The Nuclear Waste
Fund currently has a balance well in excess of $30 billion and continues to earn interest of more than $1 billion a year, yet any progress on the program is constrained by the Congressional failure to provide meaningful funding."
"Storing nuclear waste
100 miles from Las Vegas, in an unstable and unsuitable environment, is incredibly dangerous, not to mention that it will threaten the lifeblood of our economy--tourism," he said.
In the next section of the study, the segmentation of the market for nuclear waste
management has been presented.
Regardless of the future of nuclear power in the United States, a permanent site is needed to safely store nuclear waste
. A mature federal energy policy should include a safe method for permanently disposing of nuclear waste
A research commission was assigned by the Turkish Parliament to check into the claim that illegal nuclear waste
was buried around Isparta and had been burned in Konya.
There is no reason why nuclear waste
should not be disposed of in the deep subducting regions of the ocean where tectonic forces draw all deposits down into the magma.
There are shouts against wind farms, but nuclear waste
has the potential to destroy our country.
In all, the book is as complete a history as one is likely to find on the legal battles, cleanup issues, depository problems and public resistance to nuclear weapons and nuclear waste
. The concluding chapter "Lessons Learned and Future Choices" paints a grim picture of the options available to the U.S.
They pulled the stunt to delay a rain hauling nuclear waste
to a storage site in northern Germany on Sunday, in protest at the continued haulage of nuclear waste
along the country's rail network.
They appear to have no idea how to manage nuclear waste
. They prefer to send it to Russia rather than take responsibility for it.
The United States has generated 70,000 metric tons of nuclear waste
and is expected to generate 153,000 metric tons by 2055.