Finland may have finally solved its radioactive waste problem by burying the stuff deep underground on an island to prevent political backlash. Finland’s two major nuclear-power companies started digging a massive tunnel system capable of housing 6,500 tons of spent uranium for the next 100,000 years. The system is being constructed 100 stories underground and could…
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