RACE lacks city permits to run its incinerator, and activist groups hope to keep it that way.
June 6, 2005 at 4:00AM
The radioactive waste incinerator on Presidents Island is about the size of two 55-gallon drums. Or as Radiological Assistance, Consulting, and Engineering (RACE) Center president Bob Applebaum describes it, the size of a large barbecue smoker at Memphis in May. On a recent tour of the facility, Applebaum told the Flyer the incinerator is 90 percent complete.