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Germany scrambles to find place to bury nuclear waste

Officers in Germany are scrambling to find a location to bury virtually 2,000 containers of extremely radioactive nuclear waste generated from amenities across the nation, CNN reported.

The waste, greater than 36,600 cubic yards, roughly equal to six of London’s “Massive Ben” towers, have to be deposited in a place the place it could possibly stay undisturbed and away from people for the subsequent million years.

The poisonous waste can be terribly lethal if it ever leaked out.

Germany has been phasing out nuclear energy vegetation since 2011. All remaining nuclear energy vegetation in Germany are slated to shut by 2022.

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