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Apr 19, 2017

Save Trestles MY ASS

Some 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste at the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station at Trestles is all stored up with no place to go. AT TRESTLES AT SON ONOFRE

Edison officials overseeing the plant’s decommissioning have set a target date of the end of 2032 to remove nearly every remnant of the generating station, which hugs the Southern California coastline at the northern tip of San Diego County in Camp Pendleton.

The operative word is "nearly" because, in all likelihood, the waste — also called spent fuel or used fuel — will stay behind for years to come, stranded until a long-term solution is reached on what to do with it.

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