What you need to know about Minnesota’s new nuclear waste collection facility
MINNEAPOLIS — A new $30 million facility in Minneapolis will collect nuclear waste for the first time.
The facility, known as Minnesota Nuclear Waste, is being built by the U.S. Department of Energy and is expected to open by the end of this year.
MNT is a federal government contractor that provides equipment and services for the collection of radioactive waste.
Its goal is to have the collection system operational by 2022.
It will have two locations: one in the Twin Cities and one in Minneapolis.
The facility will be used for collecting nuclear waste and for other purposes.
This is the first collection facility in the U to collect nuclear materials from a federally owned facility, which has been used for several other federal programs, including a facility in West Virginia, which also collects nuclear waste, according to the Nuclear Waste Information Center.
More than 3 million tons of radioactive material is generated annually by U.,S.
nuclear plants and about 1.6 million tons are collected annually, according the U,S., Department of Labor.
One of the main problems with collecting nuclear materials is that there are not enough facilities in the United States that are capable of doing so safely, said Tom Hays, director of the U.,S.
Office of Nuclear Energy.
“There’s no reason why we should be doing it by hand,” Hays said.
If we had a better technology, we could have done it in a more humane way.
“Hays, a nuclear engineer and former vice president of operations at the U.-Nuclear Waste Management Association, said that a new facility will allow people to safely transport and store nuclear waste.
He said that the facility will also allow people who work in waste management to be in touch with their customers and get a sense of where waste is and how much it is being collected.
Hays said that he was very excited to see that Minnesota has decided to put its nuclear waste in a safe, secure facility.
According to the National Nuclear Security Administration, about 10 percent of U. S. nuclear waste is sent to Minnesota, including the site that MNT is located.
Nuclear waste is considered to be the safest form of nuclear waste to dispose of.
For example, the waste can be disposed of in a well, water tank, or incinerator, Hays explained.