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Nuclear waste treatment facility lags behind on necessary improvements

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A project to replace a failing radioactive waste treatment facility is failing as well, according to a report from the Department of Energy's inspector general. The Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico has been storing, treating and disposing of radioactive waste since 1963, but its facility for doing so is aging and degrading. Since 2004, the National Nuclear Security Administration...

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