Radioactive waste that’s unable to be stored underground in New Mexico could be coming to West Texas.
That’s the latest word from Department of Energy that oversees operations at the SE New Mexico Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), which has been closed since last month due to a fire and leak of radiation
The nation's only underground nuclear waste repository, located approximately 193 miles from Lubbock, continues its investigation into why a radiation sensor alarm was activated Friday night. Yesterday, an independent monitoring center said it found radioactive isotopes in an air sensor about a half mile from the southeastern New Mexico plant 26 miles east of Carlsbad.
Clovis Police are investigating reports of cyber bullying against a Clovis school student. The provocations occurred on Facebook, and electronic evidence has been preserved, to the extent that authorities may pursue a charge of Harassment under New Mexico State Criminal Law.
The company must comply with New Mexico regulatory requirements which call for 15 percent of the company’s New Mexico retail sales to be derived from renewable resources, and compliance is mandatory by 2015.
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