Friday, June 20, 2014

Spent Fuel Transport & Storage


2 comments:

Sampson Greenovich said...

There are a lot of options when it comes to storage transportation. If you have a lot of things move it can take careful planning. I don't like to make more than one trip so for me this is even more important. The idea of restoring a lot of the old storage materials can also take a careful eye.

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michaelmaloney said...

That's an interesting documentary to outline what goes on when things are transported from one place to another. Good to know that there are a lot of precautions and steps in insuring that the storage units and transportational units are in tip-top shape before setting out!

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