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May Be World Nuclear Waste Dump Worry Tennessee Town
by Tim Ghianni
It has processed nuclear waste for decades, including some from
"With current regulatory conditions, there is nothing stopping really great quantities of radioactive waste materials from coming from all over the world to be processed in
The expansion comes at a time of heightened global concern about nuclear energy after the earthquake and the radioactive releases from damaged reactors in
The company that processes the nuclear waste, Utah-based EnergySolutions LLC, said that under the German contract it will process residue from hospitals mainly by shrinking the volume a factor of 200-to-1, and then sending it back to
"What people don't understand is that we are talking about the kind of products and waste materials that you find in your doctor's office. It's not high risk," said Parker Hardy, president of the Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce.
Initial fears about the project were allayed by briefings with EnergySolutions and a visit to the incinerators, said
"What we are talking about is we aren't melting down heavy metals here," he said.
But Safer said that even people who are in favor of nuclear power should question importing foreign nuclear waste to a state which he said puts "very little scrutiny" on the industry.
(Editing by Greg McCune)
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