My, What a Lovely Nuclear Dump You Have


Nowhere is it written that your nuclear waste storage facility can’t be
easy on the eyes. As long as the place isn’t glowing too brightly,
melting down or shrouded in a mushroom cloud, you can decorate it as
much as you like.

Habog is an interim for high-level radioactive waste in the
Netherlands. Designed to last for up to 300 years, the facility
contains waste resulting from reprocessing nuclear fuel removed from
the Netherland’s Borsselle and Dodewaard nuclear power stations after
the implementation of electrical generation.

The lucky artist
hired to paint the Habog storage facility was one William Verstraeten.
The artist decorated the facility’s exterior in bright orange that’s
then covered by Einstein’s equation E=mc2 and Max Planck’s E=hv.


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