Category: Nuclear Policy

San Onofre’s Troubles Deepen

The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the repair costs for San Onofre are exploding.  Meantime, after years of employee complaints, KPBS reports that federal regulators are now looking into claims that San Onofre’s cyber-security training is outdated, at best.  The San Diego Union Tribune also reports that 70% power at San Onofre seems to be the “new norm.”…

EPA Inspector General Criticizes EPA Radiation Monitoring Network 

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Inspector General confirms CBG Criticisms of EPA Radiation Monitoring Network Large Fraction Broken During Fukushima Crisis.  In January 2009, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) issued an audit report that contained recommendations for improving the management and oversight of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Radiation Network (RadNet) system. The OIG conducted a follow-up audit and released its results.

Click for EPA IG report: here

CBG’s Presentation to EPA on Efforts to Weaken Radiation Standards

Bridge the Gap’s presentation to the EPA Deputy Administrator and other senior EPA officials on efforts to weaken radiation standards and failures in EPA’s radiation monitoring system in the U.S. during Fukushima. Meeting included NRDC, Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth, Physicians for Social Responsibility, and Bridge the Gap, among others.

  • View the presentation in powerpoint format here.
  • View the presentation as a pdf here.