According to a recent report, a large amount of radioactive waste was discovered at a Missouri primary school close to St. Louis. plant samples in August at Jana Elementary School in Florissant, Missouri.
The report stated that the Army Corps of Engineers discovered radioactive pollutants near the school for the first time in 2018 and again in 2019, 2020, and 2021. According to the report, the Army Corps earlier this year informed the superintendent of the Hazelwood School District that the results indicated the presence of low-level radioactive
The depth of the radioactive contamination is unknown, despite the company’s claim that it tested soil samples taken up to six feet below the surface of the ground. radioactive waste and uranium during World War II.
Engineers allegedly examined samples taken from residences facing the creek in the same neighborhood as the school. In the residences in the area, both inside and out, they uncovered the same kind of radioactive material as was found at Jana Elementary. Boston Chemical Data Corp.
reported that in 2019, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry discovered that flooding would cause garbage to enter residences from the creek. where Jana Elementary School is, is aware of, according to a statement.