Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Kenps Creek. Radioactive waste

The state government has conceded that Kemps Creek was the only viable option if 5800 tonnes of mildly radioactive dirt and rock were to be removed from the site of a former uranium-processing plant. SITA Environmental Solutions, the company that operates the waste facility, said if material was radioactive it could not be safely stored there. "SITA has not been advised by the government of any decision relating to the waste at Hunters Hill and so we cannot comment further," the company said.

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