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Offline Marlin

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I seriously doubt there are any worker exposures from the Hanford tank farms.  They are an environmental issue, an eye sore and legitimate concern that is being addressed.  Demolishing a Pu finishing plant before anticipated high winds was unnecessary and lead to exposures.  Beryllium is a whole different beast.

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Mounder, I spent 3 years there and have a third of my lung function gone.Tank farms is and atrocity. Many are afflicted. You have zero idea what you are talking about........


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