The Atomic Energy Society of Japan is discussing a plan to make the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant a storage site for radioactive waste from the crippled station.
Building a repository would cost several trillion yen, Muneo Morokuzu, a professor of energy and environmental public policy at the University of Tokyo, said in an interview Wednesday. The society comprises more than 7,000 nuclear researchers and engineers and makes recommendations to the government on atomic energy policy.
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