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+ - Hanford nuclear waste vitrification plant "too dangerous"->

Submitted by Noryungi
Noryungi (70322) writes "Scientific American reports, in a chilling story, that the Hanford, Washington, nuclear waste vitrification treatment plant is off to a bad start. Bad planning, multiple sources of radioactive waste, leaking containment pools are just the beginning. It's never a good sign when that type of article includes the word "spontaneous criticality", if you follow my drift..."
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Hanford nuclear waste vitrification plant "too dangerous"

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