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13 constructed with excavated water pipe from a decommissioned INL facility and off-the-shelf commercial products to simulate conditions within existing drinking water utilities. This type of pipe is likely to be found in a typical U.S. city and tends to absorb things differently than newer pipe. Radiography reactor overhaul One of INLs most important and unique nondestructive research tools the Neutron Radiography Reactor NRAD was restarted after completion of a nearly 14-month overhaul-and-upgrade project. The effort was essentially a life extension to ensure that NRAD will be able to sustain its capabilities for several more decades with greater reliability and capacity. NRAD can significantly reduce the time and cost of examining irradiated materials by allowing researchers to see inside samples and identify features or flaws that may require further study. TheWSTB on INLs desert Site will help ensure drinking water security for the nation.