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Consideration of Radiation in Hazardous Waste Produced from Horizontal Hydrofracking

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A report written by E. Ivan White, staff scientist for the National Council on Raditation Protection, expressing his opinion that Marcellus Shale drilling "may" result in raditation from Radium-226 ...

A report written by E. Ivan White, staff scientist for the National Council on Raditation Protection, expressing his opinion that Marcellus Shale drilling "may" result in raditation from Radium-226 that will accumulate, over time, in the environment if drilling wastewater is processed and released into the environment.

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