CBG is pleased to announce that the Santa Susana Field Laboratory Work Group is back and will hold it’s next meeting on February 5th at 6:30 pm at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, 3050 E. Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA 93063.
CBG has been a member of the SSFL Work Group panel for over 20 years. The Work Group met quarterly . . . Read more
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Comments Submitted to NRC On Draft Nuclear Waste Confidence Rule, click here to download. . . . Read more
CBG recently released its 2013 annual report. You may access it here, along with our prior annual reports. . . . Read more
Radioactive Debris from Boeing Nuclear Buildings Barred from Disposal at Unlicensed Sites
The Superior Court in Sacramento has just issued a preliminary injunction, blocking the state toxics agency from approving any more shipments of radioactive debris from tear-down of Boeing nuclear structures at SSFL to unlicensed disposal . . . Read more
Over 100 environmental organizations have called on U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy to withdraw EPA’s controversial new Protective Action
Guides (PAGs), which would allow exposure to very high doses from radiation releases before
government would take action to protect the public. . . . Read more
CBG’s Dan Hirsch talks with CCTV news regarding the status of Fukushima cleanup efforts.
The Committee to Bridge the Gap has released a 114 page study by Daniel Hirsch and Ethan Miska disclosing that the California Department of Toxic Substances Control and the Department of Public Health have been approving–without environmental review or opportunity for public comment–proposals by the Boeing Company . . . Read more
Please click here to read the piece published in the San Diego Union Tribune. In the piece, CBG’s Dan Hirsch concludes that two-thirds of a century after the first reactor waste was created, the United States still has no viable solution for the toxic waste generated by nuclear reactors. . . . Read more
In a stunning victory for the community and for activists, Southern California Edison announced today that it would permanently close all reactors at the San Onofre nuclear power plant. The news comes after at least one NRC official expressed serious concerns over Edison’s former plan to restart the facility at reduced . . . Read more