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Underground tanks that hold a stew of toxic, radioactive waste at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site pose a possible risk of explosion, a nuclear safety board said in advance of confirmation hearings for the next leader of the Energy Department.
"All the double-shell tanks contain waste that continuously generates some flammable gas," the board said. "This gas will eventually reach flammable conditions if adequate ventilation is not provided."
Originally posted by proteus33
reply to post by MariaLida
my question on this happening is WHY IS AN OUTSIDE PRIVATE ORGANIZATION allowed to run waste farm and second question WHY WASN'T GOVERMENT INSPECTORS DOING INSPECTIONS EVERY 3 OR 4 MONTHS.
Originally posted by below
Such a huge story!
why aren't the major news network covering this threat?
You act like I am the corporate police or something.
And so you just sit and do nothing when a clear violation and criminal negligence has been committed.