This WNWR is the first of its kind to fill a significant research gap. The report focuses on waste from nuclear power for electricity generation. It does not take technical or political positions, but instead provides an overview of the huge uncertainties caused by inconsistencies, contradictions, and data gaps. The group
of renowned international experts, therefore, want to draw attention to the reasons why sustainable long-term solutions are lacking. Currently, there is no guarantee for the feasibility of the intended deep geological repositories. Read More
June 13, 2020 - Le Devoir. Low-level waste, for example, has always been radioactive enough harmless to be handled with bare hands without protective shielding. However, in just a few days, these same words "low level waste" will designate radioactive products a thousand times more dangerous, often fatal to the touch. Read More
The NWMO knows there are better options coming for dealing with nuclear waste. As an organization they are too focused on old outdated concepts.
Burying their problem is not an acceptable option. NWMO needs to show more innovation! They have billions to spend and their best solution is to bury this waste? Really?!?! They can do better and we need to demand it from them. Read More