Texas site begins taking federal nuclear waste
Republican mega-donor Harold Simmons' remote hazardous waste dump in West Texas began accepting low-level radioactive material Thursday from a federal lab in New Mexico - the latest step in Simmons' vision of... Republican mega-donor Harold Simmons' remote hazardous waste dump in West Texas began accepting low-level radioactive material Thursday ... (more)
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#1 Jun 6, 2013
#2 Jul 20, 2013
Lets hope that the WIPP permit is modified in order to reclassify nuclear waste, as Hansford and other facilities need a solution fast. We need to stand united as one in this country and this would be a major step forward.
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