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  • Y-12 complex
    of Knoxville Tennessee The Y 12 Site Office provides federal oversite and manages the National Nuclear Security Administration NNSA Management and Operating M O contract for Y 12 The facilities were originally constructed in 1943 as part of the Manhattan Project for the production of enriched uranium source NNSA FY2005 Congressional Budget Request Site Description source NNSA FY2005 Congressional Budget Request Budget and Funding Information FY2005 Budget Request Department of

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  • National Security Campus/Kansas City Plant)
    contact Follow us on Twitter National Security Campus Kansas City Plant Site History DOE NNSA Planning and Budget Information Kansas City Plant FY2016 Congressional Budget Request Lab Table Local activist groups Peace Works back to top 2901 Summit Place NE

    Original URL path: http://lasg.org/sites/kcp.htm (2016-02-16)
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  • Pantex Plant
    located on 16 000 acres in the Texas Panhandle approximately 17 miles northeast of Amarillo Texas source NNSA FY2005 Congressional Budget Request Site Description source NNSA FY2005 Congressional Budget Request Budget and Funding Information FY2005 Budget Request Department of Energy pdf Department of Energy Budget Documents FY2005 FY2004 Budget Chart Organization concerned with the Pantex Plant Panhandle Area Neighbors and Landowners Panhandle Texas Peace Farm Panhandle Texas STAND Serious Texans

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  • NNSA - Albuquerque, NM
    map search contact Follow us on Twitter NNSA Service Center website Budget and Funding Information FY 2005 Budget Request Department of Energy pdf Department of Engery Budget Documents FY 2005 FY 2004 Budget Chart back to top 2901 Summit Place

    Original URL path: http://lasg.org/sites/nnsa-albuquerque.htm (2016-02-16)
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  • Savannah River Site
    miles bordering the Savannah River in western South Carolina The Savannah River Site is designated as a National Environmental Research Park and covers a portion of Aiken Barnwell and Allendale counties source NNSA FY2005 Congressional Budget Request Site Description source NNSA FY2005 Congressional Budget Request Budget and Funding Information FY2005 Budget Request Department of Energy pdf Department of Energy Budget Documents FY2005 FY2004 Budget Chart Organizations concerned with the Savannah

    Original URL path: http://lasg.org/sites/srp.htm (2016-02-16)
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  • Nevada National Security Site
    1 375 square miles that make up the NNSS are surrounded by the Nellis Air Force Range and unpopulated land controlled by the U S Bureau of Land Management Located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas the NNSS is one of the largest secure areas in the United States due to buffer zones to the west north and east More than 1 000 support buildings and other facilities are spread

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  • Los Alamos Study Group
    Los Alamos Study Group preliminary comments 9 7 04 Santa Fe New Mexican article by Diana Heil 9 2 04 Material Disposal Areas MDAs Overview of Material Disposal Areas MDAs at Los Alamos National Laboratory LANL MDA Waste Quantities Site Wide MDA Map Comparison of Average Annual Waste Generation Rates by LANL Facilities Between 1990 and 1995 Descriptions of Individual MDAs Bibliography Featured Content Material Disposal Area G Recent Waste Generation by Technical Area Future Waste Generation Contaminated Sites THEM Radioactive Plants and Bugs at LANL Letters and Editorials January 10 2003 University of California v New Mexico Ruth Timberlake Prokop Novemeber 29 2002 How Much Low Level Waste Does DOE Plan to Dispose at LANL November 16 2002 Will Richardson Halt LANL Nuclear Dumping Clean Up Mess September 8 2002 Los Alamos Cleanup Running in Reverse July 31 2002 Comments on the Draft Corrective Action Order Issued by the New Mexico Environment Department July 18 2002 Administrative and Legal Processes Underway which Affect the Continuing Disposal of Nuclear Waste July 10 2002 New Mexico Environment Department Sells Out July 8 2002 Very Informal Comments on the May 31 2002 Letter of Intent Signed by NMED and DOE May 8

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  • Los Alamos Study Group
    the cessation of nuclear waste disposal at Area G landfill and formal closure of the site as required by law It s Growing And It s Ours Forever Larger than WIPP the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad New Mexico Permanent waste disposal in shallow unlined pits and shafts covered with dirt Enough buried radioactive and chemical wastes to fill 1 4 million 55 gallon drums plus 60 000 drums worth of temporarily stored waste Expected to recieve 54 000 drums worth more waste each year mostly from nuclear weapons production and testing Slated to expand in size indefinitely two other mesas are also targeted for dump sites No external oversight by any regulatory agency Most of this waste production is entirely unnecessary And just where is all this nuclear waste coming from Almost all of it is coming from nuclear weapons programs Most people do not know that these programs have grown tremendously in recent years and are now much larger than they were on average during the Cold War even after correcting for inflation Weapons design and testing has begun again here Production of plutonium bomb cores has begun here A second plutonium plant is planned here Many

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