Commercial nuclear used fuel by U.S. state 2017

Commercial nuclear used fuel in leading U.S. states as of December 31, 2017 (in metric tons of uranium)

by T. Wang, last edited May 30, 2018
Commercial nuclear used fuel by U.S. state 2017 The graph shows commercial nuclear used fuel in leading U.S. states as of December 31, 2017. At 4,798 metric tons of uranium, South Carolina was ranked third that year. Used nuclear fuel refers to uranium fuel rods that are too depleted to sustain a nuclear reaction.
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Commercial nuclear used fuel in leading U.S. states as of December 31, 2017 (in metric tons of uranium)

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Used fuel in metric tons of uranium
Illinois10,497
Pennsylvania7,560
South Carolina4,798
New York4,266
Alabama3,932
North Carolina3,869
California3,450
Florida3,411
Georgia3,167
Michigan3,091
Used fuel in metric tons of uranium
Illinois10,497
Pennsylvania7,560
South Carolina4,798
New York4,266
Alabama3,932
North Carolina3,869
California3,450
Florida3,411
Georgia3,167
Michigan3,091
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by T. Wang, last edited May 30, 2018
The graph shows commercial nuclear used fuel in leading U.S. states as of December 31, 2017. At 4,798 metric tons of uranium, South Carolina was ranked third that year. Used nuclear fuel refers to uranium fuel rods that are too depleted to sustain a nuclear reaction.
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