US Nuclear Waste Dirty-Bombs New Mexico With Plutonium by William Boardman

by William Boardman
Guest Writer, Dandelion Salad
Originally published on readersupportednews.org, March 30, 2014
April 5, 2014

Heading to WIPP

Image by Randy Montoya via Sandia Labs via Flickr

Radiation from a half-mile underground reaches atmosphere.

It was Valentine’s Day when the nation’s only radioactive nuclear waste facility first released radioactive particles including Plutonium and Americium into the atmosphere of New Mexico and beyond, including into Texas, Oklahoma, and Mexico. Earlier that same day, the New Mexico Environment Department opened the public comment period on an application to modify and expand that nuclear waste facility, which the department said it planned to allow. Continue reading