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S. Korea: Nuclear Waste Storage Facility Reaching Full Capacity

Posted by feww on November 20, 2012

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S. Korea planning 11 additional reactors, despite  running out of nuclear waste storage capacity

Undeterred by its worst nuclear crisis ever over forged safety certificates, and seemingly unfazed by such trivial details as running out of nuclear waste storage space, S. Korean government is planning an additional 11 nuclear reactors, to add to its existing fleet of 23, reports said.

  • About 12,500 tons of nuclear waste filled more than 70 percent of the country’s  storage capacity at reactors, as of June 2012.
  • S. Korea’s four nuclear power plant complexes, which provide onsite storage facility for spent fuel and other radioactive waste, will run out of waste storage space by as early as 2016, said a report.
  • South Korea is slightly larger than Indiana, and has a population of more than 50 million.
  • More than half of South Korea’s population, and about 1/3 of a million international residents, live in the Seoul metropolitan area.

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One Response to “S. Korea: Nuclear Waste Storage Facility Reaching Full Capacity”

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