Interim Storage of Processed Nuclear Material 

Interim storage of spent nuclear fuel typically consists moving fuel rods to cooling pools followed by transfer to casks for longterm storage. Recently, dry cask storage has become the most widely used method. Technically, interim storage is quite simple; however, difficulties concerning political acceptance often arise.

FAS Resources on Interim Storage

Civilian Nuclear Waste Disposal

Overview of Uranium Production

 Nuclear Forces Guide

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