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Planning to attend the meeting of the NRC in Louisa next Tuesday, May 21 ?? want to carpool ?? please send a note with the contact info/phone using the contact form.
A Czech atomic-plant expansion planned near the German border had been one of the few prizes left for Europe’s nuclear-power industry after the Fukushima disaster stopped projects from Switzerland to Romania. more
November 13, 2012 During the summer, a federal court threw out the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s “waste confidence” rule. That rule states that the NRC has confidence that radioactive waste can be stored safely essentially forever. But the court said that the lack of progress toward a permanent waste storage site and the NRC’s own lack [...]
Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 5:30pm Senior Center Would the job opportunities and tax revenue in the state of Virginia be worth the risks associated with uranium mining and milling in Virginia? Take a closer look at a forum later this month.
As you may know, BREDL is hosting mining engineer, Val Green, for a workshop on the evening of September 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Olde Dominion Agricultural Foundation in Chatham. The workshop will be titled, “Local and Site-Specific Factors: mining and milling uranium at Coles Hill”. Val has asked me to contact [...]
Washington DC – According to the most recent issue of the “Monthly Energy Review” by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), with data through September 30, 2011, renewable energy sources continue to expand rapidly while substantially outpacing the growth rates of fossil fuels and nuclear power.
Peoples Alliance for Clean Energy – For Immediate Release – August 24, 2011 Contact: Elena Day 434-296-2494 North Anna, Safety, and Yesterday’s Earthquake The design of North Anna Units 1 & 2 has been flawed from the outset. These units were designed to withstand an earthquake of magnitude as high as 5.9 although it was [...]
Citizen resistance convinced radioactive waste cartel EnergySolutions to abandon plans to import 20,000 tons of Italian radioactive waste for incineration in Tennessee and dumping in Utah landfills. Now EnergySolutions is seeking an import license from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to import 1,000 tons of German radioactive waste to be incinerated in Tennesee. What would become [...]