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CLOSE TO SITE OF PARTIAL MELTDOWN Electric Substation at SSFL Tripped 2 Minutes Before Fire Reported For Immediate Release: November 12, 2018 Contact: Denise Duffield, 310-339-9676 or email@example.com, Melissa Bumstead firstname.lastname@example.org, Dan Hirsch, 831-336-8003 or email@example.com… Read more »
The SF Chronicle reports: The U.S. Navy’s latest promise to clean up radioactive soil and buildings at its former San Francisco shipyard relies on an earlier Navy effort to remove less radioactivity… Read more »
The Daily News reports: Frustrated with the pace of cleanup of a former rocket engine test site on the border of San Fernando and Simi valleys, area residents have stepped… Read more »
Fox 11 reports: Protesters gathered in Simi Valley Monday evening to speak out against a city proposal to use ground water as another source of drinking water, citing concerns about… Read more »
Read the VC Star report here. The long-planned cleanup of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, site of a 1959 partial nuclear meltdown, has again been delayed, disappointing but not surprising cleanup activists.
The Simi Valley Acorn reports: A proposal to tap into Simi Valley’s groundwater basin as a source for drinking water drew angst and anger from residents who claim the water… Read more »
The VCStar reports here.