Weapons Complex Monitor is a weekly online publication that brings you first-hand reports from Washington, the major DOE sites and national laboratories, interviews with top-level officials, and predictions for upcoming moves that will affect your business strategy.
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Weapons Complex Monitor Vol. 29 No. 27 PDF

New Mexico Has Questions on Proposed WIPP Waste Counting Change

The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) wants to know more about the Energy Department’s proposal to change the way it counts the volume of transuranic waste emplaced at the Waste…
By Wayne Barber
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