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Weapons Complex Monitor Vol. 33 No. 32 PDF

Texas, DOE remain in holding pattern over stranded waste at WCS

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is still “considering potential enforcement action” against the Department of Energy’s nuclear cleanup branch for failure to move stranded drums of transuranic waste out…
By Wayne Barber
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