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Bulgaria: Bulgaria to Build 1st Nuclear Waste Repository

Bulgaria's government has made the first steps towards creating the country's first nuclear waste repository.

According to a cabinet press release Wednesday, the area near the northern village of Harlets, nearby Bulgaria's only functioning NPP - the Kozloduy NPP - has been designated as a site for the repository.

The area of about 110 acres has been granted by Bulgaria's Ministry of Agriculture, which previously owned it.

The location, which borders on the site of Kozloduy NPP, has been designated after a careful research, states Bulgaria's government.

According to EU requirements and decisions of the Bulgarian government, Bulgaria has until 2015 to build its own nuclear waste repository.

Up to now, Bulgaria's nuclear waste is being shipped to Russia, the country's chief supplier of nuclear technology.

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#11
Mephisto - 7 Jul 2013 // 12:23:13

sa-sha,

and which part of "I will ignore your miserable existence in the future" was it now exactly that is too difficult for you to understand?i

#10
sa-sha - 6 Jul 2013 // 18:52:37

""I will ignore your miserable existence in the future."--- permanently repeating it You kill Your posts, Mephisto ;-)

#9
Mephisto - 6 Jul 2013 // 18:28:51

sa-sha,

and which part of "I will ignore your miserable existence in the future." is it again that is too difficult for you?

#8
sa-sha - 6 Jul 2013 // 15:44:25

"Yes, there is a study, yes, I have seen it, yes, I know the numbers"-----ooh, so earnestly.....Everything is clear: NO LINK, no floor for dispute.
Still....take the banana, Mephisto, You've earned it by Your
irresistible stubbornness ;-)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZNyUJc1t60

#7
Mephisto - 6 Jul 2013 // 11:18:08

sa-sha,

why are you trying so hard to demonstrate your low IQ with every single of your posting? You do a good job to show you every time as the complete idiot you are. Well done, LOL!

Yes, there is a study, yes, I have seen it, yes, I know the numbers, yes, you can ask almost every oncologist in Bulgaria about it, and yes, the government is keeping the results shelved for obvious reasons. And yes, there is a reason why I am not publishing the numbers here.
And yes, you have for sure the IQ of a woodlouse.

Which part of "I will ignore your miserable existence in the future." is it again that is too difficult for you?

Now back to "Steely Joseph" and your jerk-off Stalin pics, you filthy worthless Stalinist trash.

#6
sa-sha - 6 Jul 2013 // 11:01:34

"...Lack of intelligence, lack of reading abilities, lack of elementary understanding. And such a creature is consuming oxygen...what a waste!...." ;-)...Bravo, Maître!!! The true picture...picture of the
Fatal Mistake of the Nature "Mephisto".
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Let's re-read that Mistake's info: "there is study [but] it's results are...not published by the government." So, the author can NO submit the resulls of the "study", he does NOT know the figures ....and on such a "sure basis" (+"It is a well known facts amongst oncologists") the Fatal Mistake makes the conclusion : "the leucemia rate around Kozloduy...is the highest in Europe after Chernobyl area." A kind of: "I don't know, but I know for sure".
The Evolution is powerless..........;-)

#5
Mephisto - 5 Jul 2013 // 15:14:58

sa-sha,

which part of "when is the government finally publishing the leucemia statistics of Kozloduy area they try to keep so secret since a long time?" is it that you don't understand? This sentence says a) there is a study, and b) it's results are (for good reason) not published by the government.

But a troll like you doesn't understand simple sentences. Lack of intelligence, lack of reading abilities, lack of elementary understanding. And such a creature is consuming oxygen...what a waste!

Which part of "I will ignore your miserable existence in the future." is it that is too difficult for you?

Better go back and jerk off to your Stalin porns. Have fun with "Steely Joseph"!

#4
sa-sha - 5 Jul 2013 // 14:48:01

Thanks, Mephisto. Though Your answer could be more short and
honest: NO LINK.

#3
Mephisto - 5 Jul 2013 // 14:39:39

sa-sha,

your permanent trolling becomes extremely boring. The answer to your question is already in my posting which you obviously didn't read (or failed to understand).

Now go back to "Steely Joseph" and your Stalin porns. I will ignore your miserable existence in the future.

#2
sa-sha - 5 Jul 2013 // 14:23:47

" It is a well known facts amongst oncologists that the leucemia rate around Kozloduy especially among children is the highest in Europe after Chernobyl area"----no smallest desire to object, but:
are the above "well known facts" confirmed by the relevant studies? Any link?

#1
Mephisto - 4 Jul 2013 // 12:17:45

Novinite,

"According to EU requirements and decisions of the Bulgarian government, Bulgaria has until 2015 to build its own nuclear waste repository."

Wrong. There is neither an EU requirement nor a decision of the Bulgarian government that forces the construction of a nuclear waste repository until 2015. The "Radioactive waste and spent fuel management Directive" of the EU requires only that until 2015 the member countries have to submit a first report on the implementation of their national programmes regarding construction and management of high security final repositories for nuclear waste.

It is very doubtful if the site in Kozloduy is fulfilling the necessary high safety standards according to the EU directive, since only repositories in stable granite, salt or mudstone are considered as sufficiently safe, and neither of these materials is available at the Kozloduy site (which additionally is located in a seismic area prone to earthquakes).

By the way, when is the government finally publishing the leucemia statistics of Kozloduy area they try to keep so secret since a long time? It is a well known facts amongst oncologists that the leucemia rate around Kozloduy especially among children is the highest in Europe after Chernobyl area.

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