Environmentalists Rushing To Stop Hauling Of Weapons-Grade Nuclear Waste Along Rt. 79Trucks rumble down Route 79 everyday, right past the orchards and country store at Soergel's Farm.
Feds Commit To $350 Million Plan To Clean Up Armstrong Co. Nuke Dump SitePatty Ameno is an activist who has helped rally an entire community in demanding the safe removal and disposal of countless barrels of nuclear waste buried at a 144-acre site in Armstrong County.
Nuclear Waste Dump Troubling Residents Of Armstrong Co. TownWhat may be the most dangerous nuclear waste dump in the nation sits just 40 miles north of Pittsburgh, in Armstrong County.
Armstrong Co. Residents Voice Concerns Over Nuclear Waste Site CleanupIt’s one of the largest nuclear waste dumps in the country – and the federal government is spending more than $400 million to clean it up.
Army Corps: Nuke Cleanup Now $350M Up From $44MThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates it will spend at least $350 million more over the next 10 years to dig up and haul away nuclear waste from a dump site about 35 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Sen. Casey Demands Clean-Up At Parks Twp. Nuclear DumpDecades ago, hundreds -- perhaps thousands -- of barrels of nuclear waste were buried on a 44-acre site in Parks Township, Armstrong County.
Residents Fight, Wait For Nuke Dump Clean-UpFor the past 25 years, Patty Ameno has fought a one-woman battle to clean up tons of nuclear waste buried on a 44-acre site in Parks Township, Armstrong County.
Report: Armstrong County Nuke Dump May Be Worse Than ThoughtA chain-linked fence topped with barbed wire encloses the 44-acre site in Parks, Armstrong County, where the grass-covered hills conceal a hidden menace.

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