Nuclear Security & Deterrence Monitor Vol. 23 No. 46
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December 06, 2019

Energy Dept. Spent $8.6M on Seattle Cesium Contamination Cleanup in FY19

By Chris Schneidmiller
The U.S. Department of Energy spent $8.6 million during the last fiscal year on remediation of a cesium-137 spill at a hospital research facility in Seattle. Remediation is ongoing at the Research and Training Building for the University of Washington’s Harborview…
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