What Nobody is Saying

Notes obtained by StlReporter Say West Lake Nuke Waste is Present at Previously Undisclosed Locations.

Notes on the preliminary findings of independent sampling conducted in 2013 and 2014 indicate that above background levels of radioactive contamination were discovered at multiple locations in St. Louis County, including the Bridgeton Fire Protection District.

Neither those involved in the independent testing or the regulatory agencies charged with monitoring the West Lake Superfund site have disclosed the locations of the contamination, leaving the public at large in the dark.

Last week, the EPA did acknowledge that radioactively-contaminated soil had migrated off site at three locations on the northwest perimeter of the Superfund site.

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