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TALKS CONTINUE ON FUTURE FOR REDUNDANT NUCLEAR SITE

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Nuclear Electric is continuing to talk to local authorities about three options for the future of the Trawsfynydd n...
Nuclear Electric is continuing to talk to local authorities about three options for the future of the Trawsfynydd nuclear power station in Snowdonia national park, in an exercise which campaigners dismiss as a sham, the Guardian reports (14 May, p2).

Hugh Richards of the Welsh Antinuclear Alliance says that two of the options for the power station which has closed down after 28 years are either too expensive or would not be allowed, which leaves the option of entombing the radioactive parts of the site, which is what they planned anyway.
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