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DOE resumes consent-based siting process for spent fuel storage
The Department of Energy has restarted its consent-based siting process for identifying sites to store the nation’s spent nuclear fuel. Yesterday, the DOE issued a request for information that “will be used to further develop DOE’s consent-based siting process and overall waste management strategy in an equitable way.”
Joshua Jarrell, Eric Moore, Thomas Blue, Lei Cao (Ohio State)
Transactions | Volume 116 | Number 1 | June 2017 | Pages 123-125
Fuel Cycle and Waste Management