Contract to dispose of material from 12 sites went ‘wrong on a fundamental level’ and led to multimillion pound payouts
We should be worried about the flood-proofing of our nuclear power plants, says Sue Roaf, while David Bridgewater argues for nuclear fusion, rather than fission...
Brexit department warns EU counterparts it will ‘return waste to its country of origin’ if an agreement on nuclear cooperation cannot be reached
Fear of nuclear energy runs deep but it may be the most efficient and clean energy source we have, albeit with complications
An emergency was just declared in Hanford, Washington after a tunnel packed full of train cars containing radioactive waste collapsed Tuesday morning. Hundreds of workers were told to "take cover" and local residents warned...
Emergency declared at Hanford nuclear reservation in state’s south-eastNo one injured and officials detect no release of radiation A portion of a storage tunnel that contains rail cars full of radioactive waste collapsed...
At Kimba in the heart of the country, a community is divided – in one case literally so – over a plan to deposit the national stockpile of radioactive waste
Takahama reactors to restart within a month despite Greenpeace saying they have serious unresolved safety issues
Business secretary orders inquiry into flawed tendering process for dismantling old reactors at 12 sites as US firms get paid for out of court settlement
FOI complainant criticises ministers over refusal to disclose agreement with energy supplier for planned nuclear plant
Thirty years on from one of the worst radiation leaks in history, several countries have moved to phase out nuclear energy production altogether, and experts say another accident would kill the industry
Japan has called for hundreds of thousands tonnes of irradiated water from the nuclear plant to be released into the Pacific Ocean. Karl Mathiesen looks at the potential impacts
Disposal and decommissioning of plants in EU’s 16 nuclear nations outstrips available funds by €120bn, European commission study reveals
The royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle was a Trojan horse for potential international radioactive waste disposal in outback Australia
Draft findings of royal commission in South Australia back nuclear fuel storage and expanded uranium mining, but rule out nuclear energy industry
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