The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) is the nation's only repository for certain types of nuclear waste resulting from the production of nuclear weapons. Why is it still shut down?
What kind of dump is it?
Did anybody get hurt in the accident?
If the doses were so small, why is the accident such a big deal?
Can any kind of radioactive waste be put in WIPP?
Can the waste from commercial nuclear reactors go to WIPP?
If fuel rods cannot go to WIPP, where do they go?
Are there any other radioactive dumps that are operating?
Why can't the U.S. shoot nuclear waste into space?
Did anybody think through the problems of dealing with nuclear waste before it was created?