Crippled Japanese Reactors Face Decades Of Work

Though the immediate nuclear crisis in Japan has passed, the process of securing and stabilizing the radioactive materials from the melted-down reactors will be a long, expensive slog. Recovery workers will also need to decontaminate the area surrounding the plant.

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Nuclear Safety, Cost Issues Loom As U.S. OKs Reactor

Southern Co. will build the reactors at its Vogtle site in Georgia. An industry-backed group hopes it’s the first wave of new reactors, but a coalition of groups plans to sue to stop the project. Among its arguments: Engineers are still figuring out what went wrong at the Fukushima meltdown in Japan last year.

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