In this year’s annual report, we discuss a recent court decision blocking radioactive waste shipments to unlicensed disposal sites. Earlier this year, CBG reported that Boeing had been shipping radioactive debris left over from building demolition at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory’s (SSFL) nuclear area . . . Read more
Will the Santa Susana Field Laboratory Ever Be Cleaned Up? Learn more at the SSFL Workgroup will be meeting on October 1, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, 3050 E. Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA.
John Pace, a former Atomics International employee, will relay his first-person experiences of the 1959 . . . Read more
Sixty-Nine Groups Oppose Action
Despite a marked increase in official estimates of how dangerous radiation is, EPA is now considering further weakening its existing lax radiation standards. CBG prepared a detailed critique of these proposals, joined in on by 68 other organizations in a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy. . . . Read more
Consumer Watchdog has released a report detailing connections between former government officials and Boeing. In the report, Consumer Watchdog
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Click here to read Consumer Watchdog’s letter to the governor. . . . Read more
The meeting will include a featured presentation on:Potential for Offsite Exposures Associated with the Santa Susana Field Laboratory – Dr. Yoram Cohen, Professor . . . Read more
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