Weapons Complex Monitor Vol. 33 No. 16
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April 21, 2022

Contaminated excess facilities across DOE draw more attention from cleanup office

By Wayne Barber
William (Ike) White, the top manager of the Department of Energy’s nuclear cleanup branch, expects excess contaminated facilities in the weapons complex to draw more attention in the next decade or so, he told a National Academies of Sciences board Wednesday. Within…
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