Wanted: Garbage Collector 

Eureka’s homegrown nuclear waste isn’t going anywhere soon

Almost a year after opening its new power plant in Eureka, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. invited the neighbors in on Saturday to take a look. A more unusual sight, though, was a few hundred yards away behind a cyclone fence:…

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