Where Bombs Were Once Born, Birds Now Flock

Where Bombs Were Once Born, Birds Now Flock

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fernald-preserve.jpgA site once home to a Cold War-era uranium processing plant and the focus of a contentious struggle to clean up toxic waste has re-emerged as a haven for wildlife and a memorial to those who worked to make the area safe. (AP story at Wiredispatch.com)

Photo below: Workers at the Waste Pits Project have removed more than 740,000 tons of pit material and shipped the waste off site in 116 unit trains.toxic-workers.jpg

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