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.
Christine Legere reports in the Cape Cod Times about Deep Isolation and its solution for disposing of nuclear waste.
Felix Todd asks Liz Muller questions about Deep Isolation, the severity of the nuclear waste disposal problem and what governments around the world can do to better solve this issue.
In Forbes Energy, James Conca writes about the Deep Isolation demonstration and how drilling technology can be used to dispose of nuclear waste safely at a much lower cost than existing strategies.
A California-based private company demonstrated publicly that prototype canisters built for nuclear waste can be successfully placed and retrieved thousands of feet underground. Read the article with a subscription to SpentFUEL.
Berkeley, California-based private company Deep Isolation has successfully placed and then retrieved a prototype nuclear waste canister hundreds of metres underground via a borehole, in a test the company described as the first of its kind.
Rod Baltzer and Zann Aeck share the Deep Isolation approach with Nuclear Engineering International magazine.
The December 14, 2018 issue of SpentFUEL reported the Deep Isolation statement about our successful equipment test of placing a mock disposal canister into an existing horizontal drillhole. Read the article with a subscription to SpentFUEL.
David Middleton comments on the Deep Isolation concept and provides thoughts and information about shale, deep borehole disposal, and drilling technology.