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Resource ID: #20177
Subject: Environment
Source: Pacific Northwest
Affiliation: 
Date: Sunday, October 17, 1999

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Nuclear-waste tanks leaking into the ground close to the Columbia River contaminated ground water beneath a fifth of Hanford's 560 square miles. Pacific Northwest Magazine investigates whether there is an imminent danger for people, fish and crops. The report says that "some scientist say there is a huge uncertainty" on whether the "most expensive environmental cleanup on the planet will be effective.

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