Legal: Lawsuit Alleges 'Shoddy' Science In Wipp Recertification

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Earlier this month, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) "recertified" the government's Waste Isolation Pilot Project (Wipp), a step it must take every five years to ensure that the world's only operating underground nuclear waste repository continues to accept radioactive waste from US nuclear defense sites. This year the recertification came with a twist.

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