Posted on: Friday, July 13, 2018 Nuclear waste: The cost to Americans is in the billions Homeland Security News Wire
Since the Manhattan Project officially began in 1942, the United States has faced ever-increasing stores of nuclear waste. Stanford’s Rodney Ewing says that the U.S. failure to implement a permanent solution for nuclear waste storage and disposal is costing Americans billions of dollars a year.
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