Nuclear waste in the United States is currently stored at more than 120 temporary sites around the country.

 

OPINION

Nye County residents split over Yucca

 

Nye County residents and officials are still divided on possible safety and environmental impacts of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.

LEGAL

Nevada hires state's former Yucca attorney

 

Former chief deputy attorney general hired under a $300,000 contract to continue Nevada's efforts to fight the nuclear repository at Yucca Mountain.

STORAGE

Nevadans question report on Yucca health risks

 

The federal Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project that's been presumed dead for five years still has a pulse.

 

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US Department of Energy

Yucca Mountain: The Making of an Underground Laboratory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch this 5 part video series describing how and why the nuclear waste repository laboratory was built into Yucca Mountain

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Nevada stakeholders voice input on Yucca Mountain nuclear disposal site

Hearing on “Federal, State, and Local Agreements and Economic Benefits for Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal,” Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy (July 7, 2016)

 

In a hearing held last week on “Federal, State and Local Agreements and Economic Benefits for Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal,” the Energy and Commerce Committee’s Environment and the Economy Subcommittee heard statements from Nevada stakeholders concerning a repository for spent nuclear fuel at the Yucca Mountain site.

 

“Nevadans deserve to have honest brokers in their federal government, and they deserve to hear the unbiased, scientific results that all of their hard-earned dollars funded,” U.S. Rep. Cresent Hardy (R-NV) said.

 

Testimonies at the hearing discussed the impact of the Nuclear Waste Policy Act, the adequacy of funding provided to the state of Nevada and future infrastructure needs connected to the disposal facility.  Read more...

 

Watch the hearing...

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