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A Farming Town Divided: Do We Want a Nuclear Site that Brings Jobs?

“Despite the distances, locals say Kimba always had a strong sense of community, at least until the nuclear site was proposed” writes Jacqueline Williams for nytimes.com. The public battle over where to store Australia’s growing pile of medical nuclear waste — including low- and intermediate-level waste like contaminated plastic containers and protective clothing from nuclear research — stretches back years, and several aborted sites.They also worry that Kimba will forever be known as the nuclear dump town.
 
Source: nytimes.com



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