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Dirk A. Dunning

Nuclear Material Specialist

Oregon Department of Energy

HQ Phone:  (503) 378-5050

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Email: d***@***.us

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Salem, Oregon,97301

United States

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Nuclear Specialist

Oregon's Office of Energy


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ragingbull.com

This wasn't such a good idea, says Dirk Dunning, nuclear material specialist with the Oregon Department of Energy.


www.piquenewsmagazine.com

Oregon "is opposed to [new] coal plants" for several reasons, including their release of mercury to the environment, says Dirk Dunning, an environmental engineer with the Oregon Department of Energy.Dunning, who is involved with Hanford safety issues, says when that zone experiences its next magnitude 9 earthquake - due any time - the Hanford area would be rattled by a "5-plus" shock.


www.vailtrail.com

Oregon "is opposed to [new] coal plants" for several reasons, including their release of mercury to the environment, says Dirk Dunning, an environmental engineer with the Oregon Department of Energy.


www.whistleblower.org [cached]

Back in the 1960s -- Hanford's heyday -- radiation from the site was measured as far as the coasts of California and Canada, said Dirk Dunning, a Hanford nuclear specialist with the Oregon Department of Energy."Was there stuff released?Unquestionably," he said. Dunning said that he had not studied the report.Other researchers with his department had read an earlier draft and noted in a written response concerns with its limited scope.


www.nancyredstar.com [cached]

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