May 29, 2014

DOE SAYS SALT, CLAY, CRYSTALLINE ROCK SUITABLE FOR HLW DISPOSAL

By ExchangeMonitor
The Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy found that high-level waste disposal in salt, clay/shale rocks, and crystalline rock formations could all provide robust long-term isolation for specific wastes, according to a DOE report released yesterday.…
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May 29, 2014

DOE SAYS SALT, CLAY, CRYSTALLINE ROCK SUITABLE FOR HLW DISPOSAL

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Jeremy L. Dillon RW Monitor 5/2/2014 Disposal of high-level waste in salt, clay/shale rocks, and crystalline rock formations could all provide robust long-term isolation for specific wastes, according to a Department of Energy report released this week. The report…
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