RadWaste Monitor Vol. 12 No. 23
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June 07, 2019

Energy Dept. Still Views WCS as Effective Storage for Mercury

By ExchangeMonitor
The Waste Control Specialists (WCS) site in Andrews County, Texas is still an attractive potential home for thousands of metric tons of elemental mercury. That’s according to a supplemental analysis published Monday by DOE’s Office of Environmental Management.…
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