The Fernald Preserve in Ohio, United States has flowers and birds but also has tons of radioactive waste. Fernald was one of the many facilities that once supplied the nuclear arsenal of the United States. The plant was shut down in 1989 but the place remains contaminated. Fernald is part of the toxic legacy of the Cold War. [latimes.com]
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