Nuclear Safety Advocates Accuse Industry And Regulators Of Foot-Dragging On Basic Safety Measure

"It always comes down to public safety versus the cost to industry of implementing something."

So it has been, Lampert argues, with one seemingly straightforward emergency feature: Requiring a filtered vent in the concrete containment buildings surrounding nuclear reactors like the one at Pilgrim. Full Story »

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by Dwight Rousu - Apr. 30, 2012

And I did not see mention here of massive local storage of nuclear waste above ground at each reactor site.

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