However, this is not applicable to long-lived nuclides, which cease to be dangerous once their radioactivity approaches ambient levels. After this period, the waste is less radioactive than the uranium ore it was ultimately produced from.Since the 65 trillion tons of uranium in the Earth's crust are not a big concern for public health, neither would be such decayed waste.
not spent fuel) that were built in Germany: Asse II and Morsleben.
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The validity of this claim is highly dependent on your definition of "solution".
If the "solution" is for the waste to magically disappear with no trace at zero cost, then that is indeed impossible, but that's also an unreasonable definition of a solution.