Recycling Radioactive/Nuclear Waste
What that picture is up above ^
This is a nuclear museum and people go there and they can see the history of nuclear stuff like WWII and other events that had to do with nuclear waste.
This is a nuclear plant where people work with nuclear waste and change it into electricity.
This is a nuclear sign and most of the time it says stay way because of all of the nuclear waste and it isn't good for people to be around.
The Concerns of Nuclear Power
Bailey, Diane. Harnessing Energy: Nuclear Power Mankato, MN: Creative Paperbacks, 2015.Smedley, Tim. “Goodbye Nuclear Power: Germany's Renewable Energy Revolution.”
"Disposing Radioactive Wastes Safely." Disposing Radioactive Wastes Safely. Web.Epsilon Pi Tau. International Office, Technology Building, Bowling Green State
The Guardian (May 10, 2013). Available online at http://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/nuclear-power-germany-renewable-energy (accessed April 10, 2015).
"Nuclear Power." UXL Sustainable Living. Ed. Jason M. Everett. Vol. 2. Farmington Hills, MI: UXL, 2016. 447-453. Research in Context. Web. 22 Feb. 2016."Radioactive Waste and Pollution." Radioactive Waste and Pollution. Web.
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