Germany Seeks Faster Atomic Waste Recovery From Crumbling SiteStefan Nicola
Germany plans to speed up recovery of atomic waste costing at least 4 billion euros ($5.2 billion) from a crumbling underground storage site to stop radioactivity leaking into groundwater before the facility is closed.
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