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Cutting windmill blades

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by KSSS, Aug 26, 2019.

  1. DMiller

    DMiller Senior Member

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    Nukes are already determined as to decom
    All materials that can be decontaminated or determined as NOT contaminated can return to common waste or recycling systems. The entire site after tear down is to be reclaimed sufficiently to allow open public usage. Is all notated and finances established as plant operates as to this.

    Trojan was recently returned to before use access except for the guards center and the spent fuel storage facility that will both go away once the DOE takes possession to their facilities.
     
  2. CM1995

    CM1995 Administrator

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    No worries - he hit multiple threads with the same saw peddling.
     
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