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EPA and Federal Environmental Executive Honor Federal Electronics Stewardship Efforts

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Decontaminating Kipnuk

Decontaminating Kipnuk

When I visited the village of Kipnuk in the spring of 2010 to inspect the recently completed teacher housing, I noticed a pervasive odor near the main entrance of the school. The adjacent sewage lagoon had overflowed and some of the runoff had accumulated, along with snowmelt, in a broad pond at the base of the entry ramp. Two girls in rubber boots splashed through the water, laughing as they kicked through chunks of ice.

Bipartisan Working Group Members Comment on Nuclear Waste Bill

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