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After the reckless destruction of South Pacific atolls during hydrogen bomb testing the USA buried thousands of tonnes of radiactive material in a blast crater in the Marshall Islands…it was “sealed” temporarily with this 18 inch thick concrete dome. This … Continue reading
This emerging technlogy from Bristol Universities Chemists and Physicists looks like a great future way to reduce the pile of nuclear waste offering a solution for the 95,000 tonnes of graphite blocks that the UK is storing following their use … Continue reading
A study by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory suggests that bacteria can ingest some of the most dangerous radioactive waste and provide a mechanism to spread it. Nuclear waste interaction in the environment may be more complicated than once thought … Continue reading