The SF Examiner reports. Read the article here.
While it has been known for some time that the Navy’s contractor at Hunters Point had falsified radiation measurements there, a new report reveals that the cleanup levels themselves were also erroneous. They are grossly outdated, violate the Superfund law, and are far, far less protective than promised. Therefore both the measurements and the standards against which they were checked were wrong, in ways that seriously undercut public safety.
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 SF Chronicle reports: A highly radioactive object has been discovered at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard next to a housing area that has been declared safe and free… Read more »
Click here to read the entire critique. (PDF warning) Pursuant to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA, also known as Superfund), the Navy is required every Five-Years to… Read more »
Click here to read the report by the SF Weekly: Not far from the radioactive soil of Hunters Point, city environmental engineer Amy Brownell sits stoically in a room full of people who… Read more »
Click here to read the SF Chronicle’s report. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has excoriated the Navy’s plan to retest part of the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard for radioactivity… Read more »
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Click here for the report. State regulators wish to conduct superficial tests for radiation at a new Hunters Point housing development in the San Francisco area. CBG’s Dan Hirsch points… Read more »