Jessica Sondgeroth reports on California-based Deep Isolation, in partnership with Bechtel, believes that as a private-sector venture it can do better than the government in persuading local communities about the benefits of the approach. Adding the company would have to show that the geological formations selected for drillholes “have been isolated for millions of years.” said Muller. A subscription is required to read this publication.
Liz Muller made an encore appearance on CEO Money, hosted by Michael Yorba on August, 7th 2019 to discuss Deep Isolation’s innovative approach to solving the nuclear waste problem. Liz gave updates on the company’s technological demonstration at the beginning of the year, as well as the company’s new MOU with Bechtel.
John Vidal reports on the race to develop new strategies for permanently storing some of the most dangerous waste on the planet, originally reported in Ensia.
John Vidal reports on the race to develop new strategies for permanently storing some of the most dangerous waste on the planet.
Rob Nikolewski describes the challenge in determining a site for the plant’s nuclear waste and interviews Liz Muller about the Deep Isolation solution in the article originally reported in the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Rob Nikolewski describes the challenge in determining a site for the plant’s nuclear waste and interviews Liz Muller about the Deep Isolation solution in the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Chris Schneidmiller from the Exchange Monitor reports on Deep Isolation’s progress.
James Conca, contributor to Forbes Energy reports the partnership between Bechtel and Deep Isolation to bring its solution to fruition.
In this interview by Tim Gregoire of the May issue of Nuclear News, Liz Muller and Rod Baltzer answer questions about Deep Isolation, its solution and its plans for the future.
In a story by Jeff Brady of NPR, Deep Isolation is featured as a private company offering a viable plan for permanent storage of nuclear waste. Part of a special series, Environment and Energy Collaborative, the story details the congressional debate about what to do with the country’s growing inventory of nuclear waste.