May 18, 2009
EnergySolutions Inc. Might be in line for millions of dollars in projects funded by federal stimulus money. The Energy Department Recovery Act set aside billions to clean up nuclear waste around the country.
May 13, 2009
Salt Lake Tribune
Safety » Board asks lawyers to consider legal aspects of a hot-waste freeze.
A half dozen Utahns urged regulators to demand that the long-term safety of residents is assured before allowing any more depleted uranium to be buried in the state.
May 06, 2009
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Despite having their own radioactive waste dump, three states have shipped millions of cubic feet of waste across the country this decade to a private Utah facility that is the only one available to 36 other states, according to an Associated Press analysis of U.S. Department of Energy records.
Apr 21, 2009
Waste » It gets more dangerous as it ages and feds have no rules yet on storing large quantities of it.
The Salt Lake Tribune
Significant quantities of depleted uranium are already buried in Utah, well in advance of new federal regulations aimed at determining how much of the unusual metal can be disposed of safely in one place.
Apr 17, 2009
St. George Spectrum
ST. GEORGE - During a 90-minute presentation on the facts and myths surrounding nuclear power no one in the audience of about 25 people made any comments supporting nuclear energy.
Eric Spreng, community outreach coordinator with the Healthy Environment Alliance, gave the slide show presentation at the St. George library Thursday evening.
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