Returning the waste to the earth is the only solution (along with stop producing it of course)
To do this it must be buried in proximity to a subduction zone so it is pushed deep into the mantle and recycled. There are numerous such zone on dry land as well as under water. Obviously dry land sites are easier and safer. the downward plunging side of subduction zones are relatively stable as opposed to the upthrusting side. The technology for bores of sufficient diameter and depth exists or is readily developed from existing technology.
With all the tests having been completed, Peterson sat inside the Cage and looked at a photograph of his son . He was interrupted when Skye came to see him and they discussed how proud Ace would be to know his father was working for ., although Peterson explained that he had bought him lots of presents including toys of the Avengers . Skye made him think of how good it was to have a young boy looking up to him, although Peterson noted that he felt Ace was growing up fast. Agent Coulson then came in the room and offered Peterson a chance to join a mission.
Mexico’s finals are also that weekend, and they have “a smoking-hot crop," Lee notes. His concern is alphabetical—in the parade of nations, Malaysia marches right before Mauritius (whatever), but next come the Mexicans. "It's going to be some horrendous, tall glamazon," he says. An altitudinous Mexican is a problem, because the contestant currently leading Malaysia on points after the two-week prelims that took place in the preceding months—sporty, doe-eyed Swarna Naidu—is only 165 cm, or 5'4". (Thankfully, Jeff thinks the broadcast goes to commercial after L, so the Lebanese are not a concern.)