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Radioactive Waste Sites #344168

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 08, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Decatur, Georgia: Bruce Morton) Environmental Protection Agency report on radioactive waste sites featured. [Georgia environmental protection division James SESTER - comments on radioactive waste leak at Radiation Sterilizers, Incorporated, cost of the cleanup efforts.] Scenes shown of cleanup efforts at Radiation Sterilizers, Incorporated [Radiation Sterilizers, Incorporated, James CLOUSER - comments.] Map shown highlighting states with the heaviest concentration of radioactive waste sites; examples given of waste at Hanford Nuclear Reservation, WA, Norton Air Force Base, California, and Titan missile silo explosion site in Arkansas. [Senator John GLENN - talks about extent of problem.]

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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