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One third of UK 'suitable for a nuclear burial site'

Nuclear waste could remain radioactive for at least 100,000 years

At least 30 per cent of UK could have suitable geology for the construction of a £12 billion nuclear dump, experts have suggested, as they prepare for a new review to find areas where Britain’s radioactive waste could be buried safely.

Ministers have been searching for a permanent burial site for Britain’s nuclear waste for decades but were forced to restart the process after Cumbria – the only area to have expressed an interest in ‘hosting’ the dump – pulled out in 2013.

Experts from the British Geological Survey have been tasked with a fresh review of the geology of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, ahead of a renewed appeal to communities to volunteer as potential hosts.


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