The Washington Post reports on cleanup efforts at SSFL.
The Committee to Bridge the Gap has released a 114 page study by Daniel Hirsch and Ethan Miska disclosing that the California Department of Toxic Substances Control and the Department… Read more »
The Ventura County Star reports.
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…. Read more »
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… Read more »
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… Read more »
Assemblywoman Brownly’s office issued a press release which notes that the EPA’s recent release of data showed extensive radioactive contamination remaining at SSFL. Assemblywoman Brownly went on to note, in… Read more »
Click the post title to watch a video regarding the hard work of Simi Valley citizens fighting to cleanup a radioactive neighborhood. [flashvideo file=videos/CBSLA_2_3_11.flv /]
Boeing Had Sued California to Block Cleanup Law for Meltdown Site. Bridge the Gap, the S. Calif. Federation of Scientists, Physicians for Social Responsibility-LA, and the Rocketdyne Cleanup Coalition, represented… Read more »
State and federal governments signed agreements today to clean up toxic contamination at SSFL, a former nuclear reactor and rocket testing facility in the hills overlooking the western San Fernando… Read more »