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While high-tech medicine and research are making the Triangle famous, they are also sending a steady stream of radioactive waste into the soil, water, and air.
This bulletin discusses the extent to which comprehensive ordinances dealing with the management of hazardous and low-level radioactive waste are preempted by North Carolina statutes and regulatory programs for the management of hazardous and low-level radioactive waste.
Old Faithful refers not to the famous Yosemite Park geyser, but to nuclear power. This energy source provides a substantial source of power, with nearly a third of the state’s electricity generation. Currently challenges to its predominance include a diversity of energy sources, including alternative fuel sources like biofuels and traditional fuel sources such as natural gas. What may make nuclear energy worth continuing an investment in is cost. North Carolina energy costs, ranked as among the least expensive in the United States, can attribute this to factors such as nuclear power being a low cost energy source.