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Contaminants from the Pantex Plant have been documented by Pantex and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to have entered the Ogallala Aquifer (also known as the High Plains Aquifer). These contaminants include metals, and organic and explosives compounds. This report examines some of the analyses of groundwater that were reported by the Department of Energy (DOE) and the TCEQ) for the time period 1998-2003.
This research was completed money allocated during Round 5 of the Citizens’ Monitoring and Technical Assessment Fund (MTA Fund). Clark University was named conservator of these works.
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Serious Texans Against Nuclear Dumping (STAND)
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Serious Texans Against Nuclear Dumping (STAND), Inc., "Filling in the Blanks? - Contaminants in the Ogallala Aquifer" (2004). Serious Texans Against Nuclear Dumping (STAND). 4.