RE: “Vermont Yankee buyer touts cleanup â€˜dream team’” [News, Dec. 7]:
Scott State has acknowledged that his company, New York–based NorthStar Group Services, has never tackled a job like Vermont Yankee — in other words, taking ownership of a commercial nuclear plant and taking responsibility for decommissioning.
He describes a Waste Control Specialists’ Texas disposal facility for low-level radioactive waste — a facility that is non-existing — as a “critical” part of the Yankee project.
Oh, and Dallas-based Waste Control Specialists currently is a defendant in a U.S. Department of Justice antitrust lawsuit.
Vermont might want to stop and review this proposal a little deeper.
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