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Wednesday
Jun162010

Malaysia's radioactive waste danger

Under the threat of new reactor construction, Malaysia is taking stock of its current nuclear waste storage which consists of 80,000 200-liter drums continuing thorium hydroxide and stored above ground in a concrete facility. See the story in The Star.