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BEVATRON: Shielding Blocks, Radioactive Waste (upclose)
Committee To Minimize Toxic Waste
Sneaky insider footage of Building 51, the radioactive shielding blocks, workers, equipment, and a glimpse of operations of the deconstruction. Footage taken infront of the deconstruction zone, upclose. Note a sign warning of lead dust. Workers are wearing "radiation badges" - badges that are screened to see how much radioactivity has been absorbed by them and the workers wearing them, just by being in the work site.

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