What does sweden do with its nuclear waste?

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Sweden's radioactive waste has been managed as planned… The radioactive waste from the operation of the nuclear power plants is disposed of in a permanent and final fashion in the SFR facility. The spent fuel is stored temporarily at the CLAB facility, but a deep repository has to be built for permanent disposal.

The radioactive waste from the operation of the nuclear power plants is disposed of in a permanent and final fashion in the SFR facility. The spent fuel is stored temporarily at the CLAB
CLAB
The Clab, also known as Centralt mellanlager för använt kärnbränsle (Swedish for 'Central holding storage for spent nuclear fuel') is an interim radioactive waste repository located at Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant about 25 km north of Oskarshamn.
https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Clab
facility, but a deep repository
deep repository
Geological repositories for the disposal of high level radioactive waste are designed to provide isolation of the waste from the human environment for many thousands of years.
https://www-pub.iaea.org › Publications › PDF › te_1208_web
has to be built for permanent disposal.

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