Council measure urges lab to clean up nuke dump via Santa Fe New Mexican

The Santa Fe City Council passed a resolution Wednesday urging Los Alamos National Laboratory to clean up a nuclear waste dump.
The resolution asks LANL to look at alternatives to a plan that allegedly leaves nuclear waste buried at the lab’s Area G, a 63-acre site that started accepting radioactive and hazardous wastes in 1957.
“We need to think in terms of 400 to 500 years,” said Mayor David Coss, who sponsored the resolution.

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