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This report considers the following two questions concerning the Industrial Excess Landfill (IEL): 1) What evidence exists for the presence of “anthropogenic radioactivity” in the IEL, its surface soils, and the groundwater in the vicinity of the site? and 2) Have the previous environmental sampling and analysis efforts, conducted by USEPA and Ohio EPA, been appropriately designed and conducted so that best available methodology, maximally protective of the environment and human health, has been used to detect any potential anthropogenic radioactivity?
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Concerned Citizens of Lake Township
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Concerned Citizens of Lake Township; Ketterer, Michael E. Ph.D.; and Baskaran, Mark Ph.D., "Review of Evidence for Anthropogenic Radioactivity at the Industrial Excess Landfill, Uniontown, Ohio" (2006). Concerned Citizens of Lake Township (CCLT). 3.