How many tonnes of uranium has been spent so far? How many fuel assemblies?
How much nuclear fuel is spent each year?
What will be the total amount of spent fuel?
What is the current location of the spent nuclear fuel?
Why is the spent nuclear fuel not reprocessed?
Why is the spent fuel not taken abroad? Why doesn't Posiva do business in the final disposal of spent fuel?
Is there a risk that as Finland takes care of the final disposal of nuclear waste this will result in nuclear waste being imported here from other countries?
When will final disposal begin?
How long will the final disposal of the spent fuel take?
How much will the final disposal cost? Who is responsible for the costs?
What is the intended method for transporting the spent fuel from the Loviisa plants to Olkiluoto? What kinds of arrangements will this require?
What is the waste disposal capacity of Olkiluoto?
What will happen if the final disposal canisters unexpectedly corrode and start to leak in the final disposal repository?
Why is copper a suitable material for final disposal canisters?
Have the effects of permafrost and a possible ice age been sufficiently observed in planning the final disposal?
What would happen if a major earthquake occurred at the final repository?
Is it possible that the waste will contaminate groundwater?
Is it possible that something might happen to prevent the final disposal being executed in Olkiluoto?
Is there any intention to mark the final disposal site so that future generations will know of the location?
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