Nuke Dump Radiation

Nuclear Dump Leak Raises Questions About Cleanup

Back-to-back accidents and an above-ground radiation release have shuttered the federal government’s only deep underground nuclear waste dump indefinitely, raising questions about a cornerstone of the Department of Energy’s $5-billion-a-year program for cleaning up legacy waste scattered across the country from decades of nuclear bomb making.

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