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@9Z8CT5BOne Nation answered…3wks

Put it in a rocket and fire it into the Sun for disposal....rockets are now cheap when we look at the number of satellites we have put into orbit this is doable...every rocket load of atomic waste disposed of by the Sun is permanently gone and will add to the longevity of the Sun as fuel for future generations.

@9Z6Y3BMScience answered…3wks

Have the dump in a area inhabited by humans, make sure it cannot affect the wildlife and earth, and with permission from the correct indigenous group

@9Z5W3H3Labor answered…4wks

@9YVNCLFLiberal answered…2mos

No, mandate the use of closed cycle nuclear fission and subsidise research into waste re-use and nuclear fusion.

@9YN5BGWGreen answered…2mos

No, we need to phase out nuclear energy and energy production plants that create hazardous unmanageable waste for better alternatives

@9YN5BGWGreen answered…2mos

No, we need to phase out nuclear energy and energy production plants that create hazardous unmanageable waste

@9Y984N5Liberal answered…3mos

Yes but along as there is no environmental risks and the Indigenous community of that area give permission

@9XZZPYSLabor answered…3mos

@9XZPR5CLabor answered…3mos

Yes but only if it poses no risk to the environment and local Indigenous Australian communities consent

@9XZPGDBSocialist Alliance answered…3mos

Yes, only if there is no environmental risk and the Native community gives consent

@9XXPJQWLabor answered…3mos

With the permission of indigenous memebers and it brings no harm to the environment

@9XTBRV7Arts Party answered…3mos

Yes if its not a risk to the environment and there's consent and its geologically stable then why not idk much about this

@9XNXHRZSocialist Alliance answered…3mos

Both yes, but only if there is no risk to the environment and yes, if there is consent from the local indigenous communities.

@9XLQFGMGreen answered…3mos

Only if there is consent from local indigenous communities and no risks to the environment

@9W8JQZVGreen answered…5mos

yes, but only if it doesn't impact the environment and consent is given from local indigenous communities.

@9S57ZZGScience answered…11mos

Yes, if it is not offensive to indigenous communities and no environmental risks.

@9FZT8M7Science answered…1yr

No, move it to an uninhabited piece of desert and then decide how to use it, or figure out a way to destroy it without harming the environment. We can’t keep storing away waste, we need to do something about it

@9F3J7HNPirate Party answered…1yr

So what, we’re gonna have toxic waste in a place with big *** crocs and you wanna put giant chemical vats everywhere? I hope you take responsibility for Godzilla Down Under then.

@9VQGWCLReason answered…6mos

Move to Central Australia as long as there is no risk to the environment

@9VLBC5YScience answered…6mos

Yes. but only if there is no risk to the environment and the local communities consent

@ViscusLabor answered…7mos

Yes, but only if the risk to the environment is extremely low and the locals in the area approve.

@9VD34YDChristian Democratic answered…7mos

Yes, but only if it is environmentally friendly, and the local indigenous communities consent.

@9G2WK5LScience answered…1yr

Yes, but only if there is no risk to the environment and if there is consent from the local Indigenous communities

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