1,800 tons of radioactive waste has an ocean view and nowhere to go

The massive, 150-ton turbines have stopped spinning. The mile-long cooling pipes that extend into the Pacific will likely become undersea relics. High voltage that once energized the homes of more than a million Californians is down to zero. But the San Onofre nuclear power plant will loom for a long time as a landmark, its 1,800 tons of lethal radioactive waste stored on the edge … Continue reading 1,800 tons of radioactive waste has an ocean view and nowhere to go