Is This Why Huntington Pilot Plant Bu...

Is This Why Huntington Pilot Plant Buried? Uranium, Uranium...

There are 21 comments on the Huntington News story from Sep 11, 2013, titled Is This Why Huntington Pilot Plant Buried? Uranium, Uranium.... In it, Huntington News reports that:

Since 1954 the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has regulated the non-military use of a limited set of radioactive material.

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Tuskegee, AL

#21 Sep 13, 2013

I Don't contest that the site is mighty contaminated from the "WildWest" nukular 40s-50s of the Yankee military-industrial complex.
The 'killing' part and the high tales of buried contraptions is what I object to.

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