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in Suggestion by (1.7k points)
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Whilst I can somewhat appreciate the idea that nuclear waste is a problematic resource that's not easy to get rid of, it's really strangely implemented given that the game offers infinite resource nodes and giant, seemingly bottomless pits...

I wouldn't mind the current state of nuclear waste IF there was something we could do with it, besides storing it indefinitely in containers...

Some ideas:
- alternate plans that use some waste to build new fuel rods
- plans that can turn waste into another type of basic resource (lots of "handwaveium" for this one, but could be useful)
- process into ammo for a new weapon (think death rays, perhaps?)
- waste disposal sites which can be built only if the "void" / water / <insert other suitable location condition / node> is underneath
- we've got a space elevator; can we launch nuclear waste into space / the local star?
by (290 points)
Seems like a good idea. Everything is better than void-suicide disposal xD
Not sure how usefull nuclear ammo would be if you can only use it while wearing hazmat+filters. I rather stick to jetpack and regular gun. (unless they add an additional body item slot)
by (1.7k points)
@R4ND0M1ZER The ammo idea was that the waste could be processed INTO some kind of ammo that would then be safe to handle... I've edited the suggestion.
by (3.7k points)
Peanut butter and nuclear waste sandwiches!

Crafted with beryl nuts and nuclear waste.
by (2.2k points)
+3
There is a half hint on the wiki: https://satisfactory.gamepedia.com/Quantum_Encoder
After all, we already have the assembler, so it must take something else and combind it.
by (1.2k points)
+2
Use the Space Elevator to shoot the waste into space :)

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+1 vote
by (190 points)
Seems to me we already have/use Depleted Uranium rounds for heavy weight bullets.  Don't know if this comes from nuclear waste or not but could be a viable idea.  Convert the nuclear waste into deleted uranium cartridges to used for the rifle.  Maybe require a rifle upgrade to handle the additional weight of the bullet.
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