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San Francisco wants to build 12,000 new homes on a former nuclear test site — but the project is in turmoil after the Navy found evidence of a botched cleanup

January 29th, 2018
Categories: Past News

Link: http://www.businessinsider.com/san-francisco-shipyard-new-evidence-of-botched-cleanup-2018-1

The San Francisco Shipyard, a mixed-use development rising on the site of a former nuclear testing facility, is in limbo amid new allegations.
The Navy has found evidence that a government contractor hired to clean radioactive contamination from the area botched the cleanup.
Almost half of the cleanup work was later showed to be falsified or "suspect." Workers swapped soil samples from contaminated sites with clean ones.

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