The federal government is beginning a $250 million cleanup of a contaminated 40-acre site in northwestern Ohio. The site southeast of Toledo has soil contaminated with radioactive waste and a toxic metal called beryllium. The waste came from a beryllium production facility that made the material for nuclear weapons and other industrial uses. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is overseeing the cleanup near the village of Luckey.
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