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US DOE Puts Plans to Move Nuclear Waste across Peace Bridge on Hold

The Buffalo News reports, “Plans by the U.S. Department of Energy that could involve trucking high-level liquid nuclear waste from Canada over the Peace Bridge are on hold until at least February. Court papers filed late last month show energy officials agreed to withhold shipments until after Feb. 17, 2017, “in order to ensure compliance with […] The post US DOE Puts Plans to Move Nuclear Waste across Peace Bridge on Hold appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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