Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Awadhesh Jha on Chernobyl, 30 years on

'To boost public confidence and to ensure the world's 435 existing and 63 proposed reactors run safely, operators and regulators need to set up comprehensive, mutually agreed and transparent plans. The industry also faces challenges regarding the storage and repository of the generated waste, as well as the remediation of historic legacy and managing radioactive discharges, and regulators need to assess the safety, security and environmental implications of new designs before they are built. This should resolve the majority of health, social and economic implications'.

Resolve? Really? Certainly not a fan of the general premise but interesting article in the Plymouth Herald of all places, by a lecturer at Plymouth Uni. 

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