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There’s Still Cleanup Work To Be Done

The Idaho National Laboratory was put on the Superfund list of the country’s most contaminated places in 1989. Ever since, the general assumption – with some very focused,…

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Energy & Nuclear Meetings on Tap

It may be the dog days of summer, but there are still a few energy and nuclear get-togethers of some interest coming up. Leadership in Nuclear Energy Commission…

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A COMMUNITY UNITED: Snake River Alliance advocates clean energy in Idaho

Original Link: http://www.idahopress.com/news/local/a-community-united-snake-river-alliance-advocates-clean-energy-in/article_e4736402-05ab-11e4-92ca-0019bb2963f4.html Posted: Monday, July 7, 2014 12:03 am By IDAHO PRESS-TRIBUNE STAFF On March 28, 1979, the unit two reactor at the Three Mile Island nuclear…

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Small Reactors…Big Concerns – Beatrice Brailsford

Nuclear power development has stalled in the US, but not because the nuclear industry and the Department of Energy haven’t been willing to throw buckets of taxpayer money…

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Where does the money go? by Beatrice Brailsford

One of Congress’s primary responsibilities is to make the decisions necessary to fund the federal government. But Congress hasn’t even been able to agree on a budget for…

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Another Nuclear Plant for Idaho by Beatrice Brailsford

During transient testing, nuclear fuel or other material such as cladding is subjected to short bursts of very intense, high power radiation. One result can be to see…

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Nuclear Navy Waste – Beatrice Brailsford

The nuclear navy was born at the Idaho National Laboratory. That’s right. The prototype for the USS Nautilus, America’s first nuclear-powered vessel, was built on the high desert…

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Plutonium Accident in Idaho Has Resulted in Worker Complaint

Monday, August 12, 2013 Huntington News » http://www.huntingtonnews.net/69491 (from release by the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability concerning the need for vigilance by the Dept. of Energy after the two workers…

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The Alliance is Statewide – Liz Woodruff

The Snake River Alliance is a statewide, member-based organization. These qualities distinguish us from organizations whose work is in a specific part of the state and/or organizations that…

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