The Lone Star State and Nuclear Waste
We here at Texas Nuclear Safety aim to educate the public about the current news about nuclear waste transportation in our state, while stressing the dangers it presents to the general public. Meanwhile, in our newsroom…
No room for error at radioactive waste site
“Cracked asphalt provides a stark reminder of the nonexistent margin for error at a controversial radioactive waste dump in West Texas.
When state inspectors visited the site in Andrews County, they found cracks up to an inch wide in asphalt near canisters of radioactive material. While cracked asphalt is fairly inconsequential – and pretty much par for the course – when it comes to our city streets, it can be a dangerous proposition at a radioactive waste dump…”
—The Dallas Morning News.
Other articles covering the dump site can also be found in our newsroom.
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Aquifers in Texas
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Our last webinar was held on June 9, 2010. Much of it covered the legal and environmental circumstances around the dump site in Andrews County, TX. Click the image below to learn more.