Jim Morse, a senior director at the NDA, told the BBC: "I think it's a high probability that in the short term it will undoubtedly go up. "We've still a lot to discover. We haven't started waste retrieval in those parts of the estate where the degradation and radioactive decay has been at its greatest." He estimated that the extra cost would run into billions but admitted that he could not be sure how much the total would be. "No-one's done this before," he added….
A fisherman across the water from the Seabrook power plant in New Hampshire, by Matthew Trump, via Wikimedia Commons, under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2