Potholes on the road to safe nuclear ...

Potholes on the road to safe nuclear storage

There are 2 comments on the The News Journal story from Apr 25, 2013, titled Potholes on the road to safe nuclear storage. In it, The News Journal reports that:

From the "Nice catch, but ?" department this week comes a Nuclear Regulatory Commission memory jog for reactor owners, focused on the vulnerabilities of outdoor "dry cask" storage containers for spent nuclear fuel rod assemblies.

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Marks of the Beasts

Toronto, Canada

#1 Apr 25, 2013

Pottstown, PA

#2 Oct 29, 2013
Pennsylvania apparently has trouble REPAIRING roads so they are currently asking for 2.5 BILLION dollars to redo them extrememe makeover style.

If they would fix things like pot holes and cracks in timely manner the debris wouldn't be dragged around like sand paper on glass eroding the roads even more. Nor would water get in for freeze-thaw damage. Tar/sealer would do as much as resurfacing miles of road.

But I guess that's not enough jobs for the politicians to hand out.

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