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.
The VCReporter has the story.
Read more: https://forward.com/fast-forward/403091/scientists-concerned-about-radioactive-pollution-at-los-angeles-jewish/
Michael Collins reports.
CBG and other groups, including the City of Los Angeles and County have asked the State of California’s DTSC to live up to its commitments to cleanup SSFL, one of… Read more »
by CBG President Dan Hirsch SEVENTY YEARS AGO, A facility for testing nuclear reactors and rockets too dangerous to be conducted near populated areas was established on the boundary of… Read more »
Re: DTSC Reference Number R-2016-8 20 September 2017 CBG Toxicity Criteria Rule Comments. (pdf) DTSC Toxicity Criteria Excel Sheet Comparison. (pdf) Appropriate toxicity criteria for human health risk assessments are… Read more »
On January 6, 2017 the Department of Energy (DOE) released its draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for its proposed cleanup of Area IV of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL),… Read more »