Next year, a contractor will put a final cap on top of the nuclear-waste burial site known as Maxey Flats. Nuclear waste from military ships, hospitals, universities and corporations was dumped from 1963 to 1977 at the site near Hillsboro in Fleming County.
Next year, a contractor will put a final cap on top of the nuclear-waste burial site known as Maxey Flats. Nuclear waste from military ships, hospitals, universities and corporations was dumped from 1963 to 1977 at the site near Hillsboro in Fleming County. Herald-Leader
Next year, a contractor will put a final cap on top of the nuclear-waste burial site known as Maxey Flats. Nuclear waste from military ships, hospitals, universities and corporations was dumped from 1963 to 1977 at the site near Hillsboro in Fleming County. Herald-Leader

State to hold public meeting Tuesday on capping of Maxey Flats radioactive-waste disposal site

February 02, 2015 02:06 PM

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