Nuclear Waste Repository

by: Marti McFadzean
17:11 Feb 21 2017 Kincardine, Ontario, Canada

Nuclear Waste Repository
Why should we work towards a Great Lakes Commons and how ?
The Great Lakes house 21% of the world's surface fresh water and provide drinking water to 40 million citizens. We cannot allow the Canadian Federal Government to approve the building of a nuclear waste repository at Kincardine, Only 1.2 kms from the water's shore. All other repositories have failed and had to be shut down. This geology is sedimentary rock and has "karst" formations along the shoreline, susceptible to sinkholes.

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