WCS Continues Outreach Campaign

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

ANDREWS - Waste Control Specialists has started up a new website to counter claims made by a New Mexico attorney.

WCS has also started a dialogue with the City of Pecos to assure them that their water supply will in no way be threatened.

WCS has launched "Save The Ogallala Aquifer Truths.com."

The website is in direct response to Adam Greenwood's group and website "Save the Ogallala."

Greenwood claims the low-level radioactive waste stored at WCS's site will pollute the Ogallala which is a major source of drinking water.

WCS has filed a lawsuit against Greenwood and says the Ogallala is no where near their facility.

The company has also announced that it's working with Pecos city officials to show them their drinking water is not in any danger.

NewsWest 9 has already reported that Pecos hired a hydrologist to look at issues surrounding WCS.

Meantime, that hydrologist is currently putting together his own report.

WCS says it is making all of its hydro-geologic testing available to the city.