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Knolls nuclear cleanup work to resume

Contamination releases in 2010 stalled project

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Contractors have been given permission from the U.S. Department of Energy to resume cleanup operations at the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory site, more than two years after work stopped because of incidents there. Cleanup work is set to resume in June, as workers put the finishing touches on enclosures ordered after the accidental release of radioactive dust at the site in September 2010. Better systems and backups also were put in place after release the ...

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