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SANTA FE — The Rocky Mountain Low Level Radioactive Waste Board re-elected New Mexico Environment Department Secretary Ron Curry as chairman of the board recently at a meeting in New Mexico.
The board, which is an interstate government agency, administers a compact that provides for the disposal of low level radioactive waste produced within the member states of New Mexico, Nevada and Colorado.
“I’m honored to continue serving as chairman of the board position considering important decisions regarding low level waste that the board will hear,” said New Mexico Environment Department Secretary Ron Curry. “The board held a hearing in Los Alamos recently to determine whether it will regulate depleted uranium being shipped to the proposed International Isotopes facility from outside the region.”
The board heard a presentation at its meeting April 13 in Los Alamos, concerning International Isotopes Inc.’s proposed depleted uranium de-conversion and fluorine extraction processing facility near Hobbs in Lea County.
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