Exclusive 2019 Update: VICTORY AT THE VA – West LA Veterans Administration master plan protects old nuclear dump from development

ENVIRON bored six holes into the subsurface of the future aquatic center, above, and found no high radiation readings.
ENVIRON bored six holes into the subsurface of the future aquatic center, above, and found no high radiation readings.
  • ENVIRON International tests surface and subsurface of Brentwood School’s athletic fields in December.
  • No evidence of tritium or carbon-14 contamination found.
  • Brentwood nuke dump expert says ENVIRON’s 12 subsurface soil borings insufficient to make safety claims
  • VA Secretary Nicholson expected to fault MicroTech LLC for making “mistake” in reporting rad waste under Brentwood School included in PricewaterhouseCoopers 2005 draft report for VA
  • MicroTech LLC denies having anything to do with PwC report and says Los Angeles Times attribution to them is incorrect
  • Former Brentwood School student demands LA CityBeat retraction over quote that never appeared in paper
  • VA testing contractor, Millennium Consulting, says Phase One report due early February though promised testing incomplete
  • Millennium’s Phase Two testing begins Spring 2007 with 80-foot deep soil borings, groundwater analysis and risk assessment
  • Rep. Henry Waxman receives massive VA report in December that may have answers to questions about nuclear waste reported buried under private Brentwood School
  • Exclusive 2019 Update: VICTORY AT THE VA – West LA Veterans Administration master plan protects old nuclear dump from development

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