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New Concerns With Renewed Development At Rocky Flats, CO

Rocky Flats, CO Pu-239 Plume

Rocky Flats Pu-239 Plume From Wikipedia, per CO state dept of public health

Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge was once a nuclear weapons production facility. It experienced several accidents, the worst of which was a Plutonium-239 fire in 1957.

In response to massive public outcry, it was eventually raided and shut down by the FBI and the EPA. It was declared a Superfund site and cleaned up, but in order to save costs, the underground contamination was never cleaned up.

http://www.hss.doe.gov/healthsafety/ohre/new/findingaids/epidemiologic/rockyfire/intro.html

Now developers want to disturb the soil and develop the area regardless of the cancers that the Plutonium-239 disturbance will cause.


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Local activists are protesting the development.

https://www.change.org/petitions/stop-the-building-of-a-toll-road-trails-and-bike-paths-on-rocky-flats-wildlife-refuge?utm_campaign=action_box&utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=share_petition#description

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