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Nuclear Waste: DOE’s Environmental Management Initiatives Report is Incomplete
Gene Aloise (au)
The Dept. of Energy (DoE) spends billions of dollars annually to clean up nuclear waste at sites that produced nuclear weapons from the 1940s through the end of the Cold War. This waste can threaten public health and the environment. Cleanup projects decontaminate and demolish buildings, remove and dispose of contaminated soil, treat contaminated groundwater, and stabilize and dispose of solid and liquid radioactive wastes, among other things. DoE was required to report on the status of the environmental mgmt. initiatives it has undertaken to more rapidly reduce the environmental risks and challenges resulting from the legacy of the Cold War. This report addresses the extent to which that report discusses the five elements called for under the Act.
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