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Utilize San Onofre & Diablo Canyon decommission concrete waste as a Kelp Forest artificial reef

May 5, 2018

Use the concrete and steel decommissioning waste as a jetty and artificial reef

Southern California Edison shares the cost of decommission savings with the coastal commission in the same manner as oil rigs to reef savings. The reef is essentially paid for with NRC decommission trust funds

 

http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.2112/SI59-028.1

http://www3.sce.com/sscc/law/dis/dbattach5e.nsf/0/2E9FB6BFD3EDCBB58825815D006F54B3/$FILE/A1612002-SCE-%20Neal,%20Worden-Testimony%20SCE-03.pdf

A1612002-SCE- Neal, Worden-Testimony SCE-03

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Mark Page page@lifesci.ucsb.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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