Nuclear regulators find Cameco shipping violations

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Nuclear regulators find Cameco shipping violations

Company spilled toxic sludge on U.S. 191 south of Blanding
A load of sludge from a Wyoming uranium mine is dumped at its destination at the White Mesa Mill in March.
Radioactive waste leaked out of this containment truck while en route to the White Mesa Mill. The company that shipped it, Cameco Resources, was inspected by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and many violations were reported.
A drip line of radioactive waste could be seen on U.S. Highway 191 south of Blanding, Utah, on March 29, 2016.
How to attend

Nuclear Regulatory staff will meet with officials from Cameco Resources on May 4 to discuss the inspection.
The meeting, at 7 a.m. Mountain, takes place at the NRC’s Arlington, Texas, office and is open to the public. NRC officials will take questions from the public.
To participate, call 888-469-0565 and enter passcode 4465769.

Nuclear regulators find Cameco shipping violations

A load of sludge from a Wyoming uranium mine is dumped at its destination at the White Mesa Mill in March.
Radioactive waste leaked out of this containment truck while en route to the White Mesa Mill. The company that shipped it, Cameco Resources, was inspected by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and many violations were reported.
A drip line of radioactive waste could be seen on U.S. Highway 191 south of Blanding, Utah, on March 29, 2016.
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