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Radioactive Waste Dump Opens in Texas, Environmentalists Worried

(Reuters)

A 1,300-acre dump to bury low-level radioactive waste has opened in a remote corner of west Texas, the fourth U.S. site to allow such waste, despite concerns about water seepage at the site, which sits above the huge and vital Ogallala aquifer.

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