Some of the most radioactive material at the former Fernald uranium processing site near Cincinnati is set to leave the state next week on trucks. About 15 vehicles a day will carry two canisters apiece of radioactive waste through to Texas. It's expected to take the rest of the year to move all four-thousand canisters. Other kinds of waste have been removed from Fernald by train and truck over the past 19 years but the K-65 material is the most radioactive. Flour Fernald is diluting the waste with concrete and other substances. A company spokesman says there's no immediate risk because it's not like the capsules will open up and go airborne. Others say there are unknown risks in the 13-hundred mile trip. Fluor Fernald has alerted officials in each of the seven states the trucks will pass through.