No, there is a huge risk of nuclear proliferation.
You’re not considering the huge costs of cleanup. After the huge gulf coast disaster trade deals have been structured to shift the liability to small subcontractor firms away from the large corporations. That basically dumps the cost onto the taxpayers. Any sane society wouldnt do that.
The damage from the Deepwater Horizon to the gulf coast area was huge - more than 65 billion was reported by the media but that ignores the fact that most losses never go to court in the US, and suing a large company like BP is so difficult few lawyers take those linds of cases, those who do sue have awards whittled down to pennies on the dollar and often whatever they win is taken by subrogation clauses of other insurers before they see any of it.
Its my understanding that the fishery still has not recovered.
Nuclear could easily be much worse and last thousands of years.
The ocean is not our septic tank. Its the birthplace of all life.
Why cant we simply use a lot less?