Where Is Nuclear Waste Stored?

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Nuclear waste is usually stored in special storage containers. The waste is stored for a period of time until it is no longer a hazard. Usually the length of the period will depend on the type of nuclear waste.
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Generally speaking, nuclear waste is typically stored underground. The waste is stored underground and in huge containers. It is stored underground no where near any kind of civilization an away from animals due to the risk of waste leakage.
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