Locals and municipalities vs. the state: 20 years of dispute
The Czech concept for nuclear waste abatement counts on building storage facilities for it underground. Until that capacity is built, “barrels” of spent nuclear waste remain at intermediate storage facilities on the sites of these power plants. The state has given the responsibility for finding an appropriate location for such storage underground to the Radioactive Waste Repositories Administration (RWRA).
The full version is published @ the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung's website Energytransition.org here.