In 2011 Chalk River promised to handle all this material on site.” He added, “It was recently learned that Indonesia is going to be down-blending its high-level liquid waste on site, rather than sending it to the Savannah River Site, and Canada can do the same thing, making the high-risk transport of this material over public roads completely unnecessary.”The lawsuit is being filed against the Department of Energy and National Nuclear Security Administration on behalf of a number of organizations whose individual members live along the potential transport routes who could suffer significantly in the event of a safety or security mishap allowing the escape of some of the highly dangerous liquid contents. “The only thing worse than solid irradiated uranium is the liquid variety. The US House of Representatives unanimously passed Higgins sponsored legislation requiring a NEPA Environmental Impact Statement for the proposal.The liquid high-level nuclear waste in question is a corrosive acidic mixture of dozens of highly dangerous radioactive materials including cesium-137, strontium-90, iodine-129, plutonium-239, and weapons-grade uranium-235, left over from the production of medical isotopes at Chalk River, Ontario, north-west of Ottawa.Although it was previously determined that this highly dangerous liquid waste would be solidified and stored onsite in Canada, the US Department of Energy now plans to truck the 6,000 gallons of extremely radioactive waste, in liquid form, to the Savannah River Site in South Carolina, in exchange for $60 million from Canada.“Liquid high-level nuclear waste is known to be among the most dangerous materials on the planet, as we have seen at the Savannah River Nuclear Weapons Site and the nuclear power and weapons reprocessing site at West Valley, NY.
Allowing highly radioactive liquid wastes from Canada to be shipped through communities and over major waterways in Canada and the United States, to be dumped in South Carolina, without the deliberative NEPA procedures, will set a dangerous precedent for decades to come. edit subscriptions. There is a good reason why no one has ever tried to move this stuff over public roads before. groups file for injunction to keep liquid radioactive waste off our highways. He is also the smartest person.DTE Energy, the DirTy Energy company, has the permit to build Fermi 3, a new nuclear reactor, on the shore of Lake Erie adjacent to the existing Fermi 2 reactor and the ruins of Fermi 1. “Chalk River has been solidifying exactly the same kind of liquid waste for over ten years already. What's new Latest activity Authors. It is about three anthropomorphic and ill-mannered food items known as the Aqua Teens and their quick tempered neighbor, Carl, having crazy adventures in New Jersey.. New posts Search forums.

... the trees from Shake’s tree court trial, various spaceship debris, and of course the Wisdom Cube. It will also intensify the pressures on the State of South Carolina to become an international nuclear sacrifice area.U.S. "-WarnutFave- Close call between Ezekial and The Last One. Menu. jump to content. popular-all-random-users | news-AskReddit-funny-pics-todayilearned-worldnews-tifu-Jokes-aww-videos-mildlyinteresting-movies-gaming-television-Showerthoughts-explainlikeimfive-gifs-OldSchoolCool-Futurology … It is a Mobile Chernobyl; it cannot be contained when spilled due to crash, fire, or deliberate attack.”“Shipping highly radioactive liquid waste to South Carolina is wildly inappropriate,” said Dr. Gordon Edwards, president of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility.
PRESS RELEASE & Telephone Briefing Tuesday 8/16 @ 11am EDTOne hundred fifty truckloads of inherently dangerous liquid radioactive waste are slated to drive through Canadian and US communities and across major waterway crossings, from Chalk River, Ontario, Canada to the Savannah River Site, South Carolina, USA.Seven nonprofit organizations are challenging these unprecedented, high-risk shipments in federal court in Washington, DC, requesting preliminary and permanent injunctions to prevent the import and transport which violates US federal environmental, atomic energy and administrative procedure laws.Court and relevant background documents are linked here:Press Phone Briefing by Media Contacts Tuesday, August 16, 2016, 11:00 am till Noon, EDT.The coalition lawsuit charges that the Department of Energy (DOE) and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) failed to provide a thorough public process as required under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to fully analyze the hazards of transporting liquid highly radioactive waste.

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