“The sky is blue. Water is wet. ‘Illinois Biggest Atomic Dump’”
– says Bloomberg Press
Article on radioactive waste buildup captures public attention. Finally.
Dave Kraft, Director, NEIS
October 25, 2013
article in the Bloomberg Press of Oct. 25, 2013 titled “ Illinois Biggest Atomic Dump
as U.S. Fails to Pick Site,” has received a lot of media attention today. While it should be and is appreciated that Bloomberg writes about radioactive waste issues at all, the article in reality is a lot like one about the sky being blue, or water being wet.
With 14 reactors total, and 11 constantly producing more high-level radioactive waste
(HLRW) in the form of irradiated or “spent” fuel, as it is called, it’s no wonder we’ve accumulated over 9,000 tons of the nation’s HLRW in Illinois.
The real “story” of the story, though, seems to be to create a perceived “need” for what the nuclear industry, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and their political allies in Congress and the Obama Administration really want next – “
centralized interim storage” (CIS) facilities for the HLRW. Continue reading “The sky is blue. Water is wet. ‘Illinois Biggest Atomic Dump’” – says Bloomberg Press
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Hydrogen Explosion at Fukushima March, 2011
You may have wondered all this time whether the Fukushima disaster is as bad as is being reported. Or, whether nuclear power is a good way to combat climate disruption. Or, whether nuclear critics are being too harsh on the nuclear industry and its regulator agency, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).
If you are sincere in your questioning, then you must set aside the time to hear – from the horses’ mouths – the answers to those questions:
Continue reading Why NOT Nuclear? Watch This! THE FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR ACCIDENT: ONGOING LESSONS
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