Skip to comments.Wasteing nuclear waste
Posted on 07/16/2002 10:38:47 PM PDT by JohnHuang2Edited on 07/12/2004 3:55:33 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
According to Nevada Sen. Harry Reid, allowing Yucca Mountain — known to the cognoscenti as the Jimmy Carter Waste-of-Fuel Dump — to open for business in 2010 will make all you SUV-driving soccer moms vulnerable to being run over by a "mobile Chernobyl."
(Excerpt) Read more at washtimes.com ...
US Nuclear Power Debate
... The Bush administration also wants to explore new technology to recycle nuclear
fuel, increasing its efficiency and possibly reducing its danger. ...
Numatec - the Tri-Cities' 'French connection'
... Numatec other parent is Cogema, the owner and operator of facilities used to produce
and recycle nuclear fuel, including many designed and built by SGN. ...
... gas equivalent). Uranium offers a long-term source of energy. Unlike
fossil fuels, we can recycle nuclear fuel. We can recover ...
[MMA Alumni] Helping out MMA Nuclear Employed Alumni
... Many MMA Grads are employed in the Nuclear Power industry, ever since President Carter
killed the national plans to recycle nuclear fuel as was always intended ...
[PDF] U. S. Nuclear Waste Policy: Reaching Critical Mass
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... An Aside: Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Overseas In addition to the United States,
only two other countries don't recycle nuclear fuel as a matter of national ...
Salon.com Technology | Nukes now!
... Other countries, such as Japan and France -- which gets about 80 percent of its
electricity from nuclear power -- recycle nuclear fuel, but President Ford ...
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