Ontario Power Generation, one of North America's largest producers of electricity has been at work for fifteen years to obtain approval to build an underground site near the Great Lakes to store its nuclear waste.
Hey, why not. Sounds good. Nuclear waste, Great Lakes. Swell thinking.
But then California may not have any water either soon. Oh but wait, that's a whole other story.
Back to this one.
It is universally acknowledged that nuclear waste must be kept away from water circulating through the environment of living things since water is seen as the main vehicle for eventual dissolution and dissemination of radiotoxic pollutants.