FUSRAPFormerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program
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In the late 1990s, the Army Corps of Engineers, which is charged with the cleanup of FUSRAP sites, found radioactive waste five miles downstream from the airport storage site during a bridge renovation project.
It also sent a joint letter, along with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, to the Pentagon, asking the Army for "top priority funding" in order to speed up the cleanup of FUSRAP sites since "the potential exposure and movement of contaminated materials" was of "grave concern."
Louis District, told the Journal that the district had been allocated about $34 million for 2016 --almost a third of the $104 million allocated to the Army Corps for its entire FUSRAP program this fiscal year.
The region's Congressional delegation has said they believe the DOE did not include West Lake in FUSRAP because the material was owned by a private company and not under the direct control of the department.
Louis sites as part of the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) and has excavated and removed more than 1.0 million cubic-yards of the MCW radioactive wastes, the resolutions report.
Army Corps of Engineers for Coordination of Cleanup and Decommissioning of the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) Sites With NRC-Licensed Facilities"?
The policy review includes questions involving the wisdom of continuing the project under the Corps' Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) given the expected increased cost and duration of the project, and whether there are "other methods or different organizations better suited to address the contamination," the Corps reported.