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Nuclear energy: Untangling the nuclear debate - dealing with decommissioning and waste costs. Ceri Green. Energy World November/December 2006, P. 10-11

One of the main ingredients in the debate about whether Britain should, or will, build a new generation of nuclear power plants has been on the costs of decommissioning of plants and the treatment and disposal of nuclear waste materials. Here, Ceri Green, Director of Nuclear Business at Mitsui Babcock, suggests that existing wastes will have to be disposed of whether or not we build new nuclear plants, and that wastes arising from new plants will be much less burdensome.

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