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Nuclear Waste Removal Begins 30 Years After Power Station Closure

The disused Magnox generator, situated on the banks of the River Severn in Gloucestershire, closed in 1989. It was the world’s first commercial power station and its laboratories and many of its buildings have already been dismantled. Work emptying its vast concrete vaults of the nuclear waste Berkeley generated is only now able to safely begin. But it will not ...

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EU Must Include Nuclear Power In Its List Of Sustainable Sources

Nuclear power is the single biggest source of low-carbon electricity in Europe and is recognized in many of the scenarios assessed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the International Energy Agency and other organisations as having a critical role to play in responding to the climate emergency. It is therefore vital that nuclear is included in the EU’s new ...

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