After six years of service in Columbia Generating Station's reactor, nuclear fuel rods are moved to a holding pool prior to be loaded into steel and concrete storage casks. The fuel still retains 95 percent or more of its energy after six years. Energy Northwest advocates recycling the used fuel to reduce nuclear waste by 96 percent.
After six years of service in Columbia Generating Station's reactor, nuclear fuel rods are moved to a holding pool prior to be loaded into steel and concrete storage casks. The fuel still retains 95 percent or more of its energy after six years. Energy Northwest advocates recycling the used fuel to reduce nuclear waste by 96 percent.
After six years of service in Columbia Generating Station's reactor, nuclear fuel rods are moved to a holding pool prior to be loaded into steel and concrete storage casks. The fuel still retains 95 percent or more of its energy after six years. Energy Northwest advocates recycling the used fuel to reduce nuclear waste by 96 percent.

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