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Tag Archives: Savannah River

  1. “Incidental” nuclear waste: reconceiving a problem won’t make it go away via The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists February 4, 2019

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  2. Leaks from radioactive landfill need attention, SC Supreme Court told via The State April 18, 2018

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  3. Ukraine Energy Wars Are Leading To A Fukushima-Chernobyl Debacle In Europe via Nuclear News December 26, 2016

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  4. President Putin halts nuclear deal over US hostility via The Australian October 4, 2016

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  5. Too much of a bad thing? World awash with waste plutonium via Ecologist January 24, 2016

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  6. Disposal beats MOX in US comparison via World Nuclear News August 21, 2015

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  7. NNSA still working to place MOX in standby via Aiken Standard September 7, 2014

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  8. Breaking Bad: A Nuclear Waste Disaster via DC Bureau June 7, 2014

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  9. German Nuclear Waste May Be Headed to U.S. via Scientific American June 6, 2014

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  10. NASA’s Plutonium Problem Could End Deep-Space Exploration via Reader Supported News September 23, 2013

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  11. AAA 2013 Roundtable, Narrating the Nuclear: Anthropologists and Others Engage with the Atomic Era July 4, 2013

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  12. How Fiscal Conservatives Learned to Love a $20 Billion Nuke Plant via Mother Jones June 26, 2013

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  13. Energy Department says budget cuts could delay cleanup at highest-risk nuclear sites via The Washington Post March 1, 2013

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  14. Liquid bomb-grade uranium to be shipped secretly from Chalk River to U.S. via Ottawa Citizen February 11, 2013

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  15. Georgians gather at Shell Bluff to remember Fukushima via Georgia WAND March 31, 2012

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