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More than 500 barrels of waste from Los Alamos National Laboratory were packed with the kitty litter linked to a radiation release at the government’s underground nuclear waste dump.
Monitoring station detected increase in radiation on March 11th.
New air testing in the nation’s only underground nuclear repository showed no detectable radioactive contamination from a leak last month, the U.S. Department of Energy said Sunday.
solar power plant sprawling over 5 square miles — the largest of its type in the world — has formally opened along the California-Nevada border.
Whether it is the new city hall or the downtown transit center, Las Vegas is becoming greener every day.
A plan to ship bomb-usable nuclear material to Nevada is raising questions.
The Department of Energy hopes to identify a permanent location by the year 2026, and have the burial site open in 2048.
Shipments of radioactive uranium from Tennessee’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are heading to Nevada.
The on-again, off-again Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository will have another day in court soon. Could it’s full potential finally be reached?