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On Television: Talking Reform To North Dakota's Radioactive Waste Laws

On Television: Talking Reform To North Dakota's Radioactive Waste Laws

The folks at RT Television asked me for an interview regarding proposed reforms to North Dakota’s regulations of NORM, or naturally-occurring radioactive material. You can watch the segment and read the resulting article here. Since material deep underground has certain level of radioactivity, the materials used in and brought up by oil drilling is also

When Environmentalists Obstruct Solutions To Environmental Problems

Very often I get the feeling that environmental groups care far less about the environment than they do about advancing certain political agendas. Case in point, the battle over NORM (or naturally occurring radioactive material) which is a byproduct of oil development in North Dakota. Jay Almlie,┬áSenior Research Manager at the University of North Dakota’s

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