Court: Closed Nuclear Plants Can’t Store Spent Fuel for 60 Years

U.S. Court rules Nuclear Regulatory Commission failed to fully evaluate the
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A US appeals court ruled that the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has failed to answer questions about the potential environmental impact of storing spent nuclear fuel at sites around the country. The petitioners, including the state of New York and
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Appeals court rejects waste storage at nuke plants
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A federal appeals court has thrown out a rule that allows nuclear power plants to store radioactive waste at reactor sites for up to 60 years after a plant shuts down. A federal appeals court on Friday threw out a rule that allows nuclear power plants
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Court: Closed Nuclear Plants Can’t Store Spent Fuel for 60 Years
Hartford Courant
By MARA LEE maralee@courant.com The Hartford Courant A federal appeals court ruled Friday that spent nuclear fuel cannot be stored at closed plant sites for 60 years, a decision that spurns the US Department of Energy and sides with environmental
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