The Seabrook Station was built with the capacity to store 20 years of spent fuel. But because the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is still working on long-term storage of nuclear waste, Seabrook Station, like other power plant operators, stores some of its spent fuel in dry casks. The concrete structures with the white doors hold canisters with the used fuel.
October 1, 2010 10:25 AM PDT
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| Caption by: Martin LaMonica
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