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    This problem Nuclear Generating Abroad

    Sunday, January 10, 2016, January 10, 2016 EDT Last Updated 2016-01-11T03:11:50Z
    Jakarta - Utilization of Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), leaving trash or radioactive waste is very dangerous for the environment. By doing so, these wastes should find the safest place to store nuclear waste until decades.
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    Executive Director of the Intitute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Fabby Tumiwa said the issue of nuclear waste is claimed has not been able to be resolved to this day. Because the nuclear waste that must be sealed and stored in a safe place.

    "Who said the NPP wake easily. Waste NPP alone can not be resolved. That's to be kept up to tens of years. United States, Korea, Germany and France alone dizziness store the waste where," said Fabby in Jakarta, Sunday (10/1/2016 ).

    So far, said Fabby have not found the best way to securely store the nuclear waste. "Unless the 4th generation technology vision that he can manage the waste," he said.

    Moreover, Member of the National Energy Board (DEN), Rinaldi Dalimi doubted Indonesia's ability to build nuclear power plants. "No rational again Indonesia to build nuclear power plants because there is no longer an area that is safe from natural disasters, one earthquake," he said.

    According to Rinaldi, there are two areas in Indonesia that it is possible to build a nuclear power plant, namely Bangka Belitung (Babel) and Borneo. Because the two locations is the safest area of ​​the quake. But not long ago, there was an earthquake in Babylon and Kalimantan.

    "So there is no area in Indonesia which is now free of the earthquake. Though the earthquake is a big threat from nuclear plants, such as cracked or broken," he said. (Fik / Zul)


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