Reactor reuses nuclear waste: http://bostonherald.com/jobfind/news/technology/view/20221112reactor_reuses_nuclear_waste
"Two Massachusetts Institute of Technology doctoral candidates are
designing a nuclear power plant that would convert nuclear waste from
conventional reactors into electricity — a plant you could walk away
from, they said, without the risk of a radioactive leak like the
meltdown last year that crippled parts of Japan. Leslie Dewan and
Mark Massie, co-founders of Transatomic Power, have developed the WAMSR,
or Waste-Annihilating Molten Salt Reactor, a 400- to 500-megawatt plant
that would convert high-level nuclear waste into electric power, at a
price competitive with fossil fuels."
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