DOE Plans to Leave Strontium 90 in Groundwater

The Resident

The Department of Energy recently revealed its cleanup plans for F Reactor at the Hanford Site in Washington State: just leave the radioactive contaminants in the groundwater to dissipate and monitor it. For 264 years. The Hanford Advisory Board would like to see a pump system implemented to protect the area’s drinking water, but the DOE claims that will be unnecessary – and of course, too expensive.


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