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Workers repair corrosion problem at Beaver Valley nuclear reactor

The corrosion issue — found and repaired while the reactor was shut down for refueling — won’t delay a restart of the plant along the Ohio River in Beaver County.
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Lawmakers ask for investigation into aging offshore pipelines

Three Democratic lawmakers are raising concerns about the state of coastal U.S. oil and gas pipelines.
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More Hanford nuclear waste tanks at risk of leaking radioactive waste

Problems have been found in the condition of more of the Hanford nuclear reservation's double-shell tanks holding radioactive waste, putting them at risk of leaks. Corrosion has caused thinning of the tank shells.
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US rivers need a diet of lower salt—or our drinking water will suffer

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