he Environmental Protection Agency still intends to propose a plan to clean up the West Lake nuclear landfill in Missouri by the end of the year, even though the US Senate recently passed a measure to remove its authority over the area.“My job is to keep my team with their eye on the ball and focused on the job they have to do,” said EPA Regional Superfund Director Mary Peterson, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. When Missouri had it's flood a couple months ago this was leaking into the cities water system and into the emviorment. So I think we have a bigger issue on our hands then just the grounds of the nuclear waste landfill. Also nuclear waste has a life span of 10,000 plus years so good luck cleaning that shit up when it's floated down the Mississippi river, while also being carried by the flood water all over the Mississippi River basin. Once again a government agency doesn't know the bigger picture of this nuclear waste that is probably all over the eastern part of the United States do to evaporation of the flood waters. Half of America is probably covered in this nuclear residue.
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