That is an obsolete gaseous diffusion plant which is no longer operating, and the contamination is of a sort which may be found at many a large industrial site.
Yes, I am aware it is no longer in service. I took the data while it was operating.
As such, it isn't the best example, unless you are looking for something nuclear to complain about.
No, it's the example that I had used. If I had picked fracking or coal or anything else I would like the data to be available on that as well.
Fortunately, there are better ways to enrich uranium today,
What are they?
and a LFTR won't need any enrichment at all.
How does that address the issue of the radioactive waste from the current fleet of nuclear reactors. Do thorium reactors burn up DU and plutonium.
Providing data is a useful service, and should be unrelated to climate science, even for a refrigerant of concern.
We should have data on all industrial pollutants in the environment.
The summary doesn't make it clear if this is also gone, and it seems disingenuous of the summary to conflate the two.
Well, as long as we have the data available.