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Does extreme weather threaten the hazardous waste sites that border Lake Michigan?-
New report highlights concern that intense storms, high lake levels may put nuclear and contaminated waste storage facilities at risk.00
Alex HillEnergy, Clean Energy, Ethanol and FrackingFeature HomepageIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentInfrastructureLake HuronMichiganNewsU.S. and Canadian Federal GovernmentsWater Quality and Restoration Efforts
Mapping the Great Lakes: Power up-
Around the region, you can find power plants for hydro, solar, wind, coal and more. In this map, see where those plants stand.
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Holding in the deep: What Canada wants to do with its decades-old pileup of nuclear waste-
Canada plans to store spent nuclear fuel deep, deep underground in the Great Lakes basin. That is, if an industry group can find a community willing to play host.
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Animal Check: New project to monitor aquatic species that live near proposed nuclear storage sites-
Nuclear Waste Management Organization and the University of Guelph this summer began a new project to help understand the potential environmental impact of the proposed underground nuclear waste storage sites.