- The Army and a defense contractor dumped more than 37 million gallons of radioactive caustic wastes from the World War II atomic bomb project in shallow wells at Tonawanda, N.Y., near Buffalo, between 1944 and 1946, a New York State toxic waste task force reported yesterday.
- The disposal method was specifically chosen, the panel said, to hide the source of the contamination. The report, by the New York State Assembly Task Force on Toxic Substances, also offered new data to dispute an earlier Army denial of involvement in dumping at Love Canal in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
|Is this stain spilled nuclear waste on the shipping container?|
|Previously Undisclosed Radioactive Dump Site Location in the StLouis Region|
MOhemp Energy Hazmat Crew will be visiting this site and many more that this Viet Nam Veteran believes are in the StLouis area.