Below you will find a link to CBG’s 2012 annual report as well as a link to our annual report archive. The annual report discusses CBG’s work for the year.
You may download a PDF of CBG’s 2012 annual report by clicking here
The archive is located here.…
After a three-year study, the Environmental Protection Agency confirmed that the SSFL site suffers from excessive levels of radioactive contamination.
CBG’s Dan Hirsch is quoted by the Ventura County Star regarding the news:
“We get bulldozed over constantly,” Dan Hirsch, of the watchdog nuclear group Committee to Bridge the Gap said before the meeting. “Three years, stimulus funds — you’re not supposed to mess around with stimulus funds. … The good news is they have done the study and they found all the contamination. The bad news is that people within DTSC and apparently EPA are trying to upend the
Global Security Newswire and the National Journal report:
People living near the site of a radiological attack could face greater cancer risks then what the government would normally allow if officials follow the anticipated recommendations of an upcoming report commissioned by the U.S. Homeland Security Department.
CBG’s Dan Hirsch calls the proposed lax standards “ethically indefensible.”…
In a report released today, CBG conducted an exhaustive analysis of data from nuclear plants nationwide. After analyzing the data, it became stunningly clear that San Onofre’s Unit 2 reactor has about 400 times as many damaged steam generator tubes as the median number at comparable plants over the same operational period, and Unit 3 has more than 450 times as many. Each San Onofre reactor has greater than a thousand times as many indications of wear on the tubes than the typical reactor in its first cycle of operation. And each San Onofre unit has had to …
NASA announced that it will fully comply with the Agreement on Consent (AOC) signed in December 2010 to cleanup its portion of SSFL to background levels and set the scope of its Environmental Impact Statement to be in compliance with the AOC.
NASA released the following statement:
July 18, 2012
Update on NASA’s National Environmental Policy Act Compliance for Santa Susana Field Laboratory
NASA remains committed to a proposed cleanup to background that will meet the Administrative Order on Consent between DTSC and NASA.
We received comments from Senator Boxer and the Council on Environmental Quality regarding the evaluation