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Halting Holtec – A Challenge for Nuclear Safety Advocates (Updated)

By James Heddle – EONHang Ups Plague California’s Nuke Dump By-the-Sea, But ‘Regulatory Capture’ Prevails…for Now… Once again, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s ever-compliant rubber stamp has come down with a hollow thud in favor of the industry it purportedly regulates.  … Continue reading

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Ides of March 2019 – EON’S Nuclear Update – Fukushima’s Tragic Eight Years, San Onofre, Diablo Canyon & More

[ Correction: The graphic which originally headed this post did not portray radioactive ocean pollution. We apologize for the error and appreciate the corrective feedback from alert readers.]The California-Fukushima ConnectionWhen the Fukushima disaster began eight years ago, we realized that … Continue reading

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Shutdown Diablo – No Fukushima in California!

Tests for Safety Demanded During Re-Fueling ShutdownJane Fonda, Ed Asner, Dr. Helen Caldicott & 1000s of other Californians want the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant to go through rigorous safety testing following Fairewinds 2017 report showing that PG&E is deferring millions … Continue reading

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DIABLO CANYON UNIT #1 MUST BE TESTED BEFORE REFUELING

DIABLO CANYON UNIT #1 MUST BE TESTED BEFORE REFUELINGHarvey Wasserman for PG&E Shareholders for Diablo Safety (PSDS)[ also posted on LA Progressive ]PG&E Shareholders for Diablo Safety (PSDS)We ask that critical safety tests be done during the upcoming refueling outage at … Continue reading

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Woolsey Fire Fallout – 60 Year-Old Meltdown Rides Again

What Goes Around, Comes AroundThe recent disastrous Woolsey Fire just north of L.A. started near a Southern California Edison electrical substation adjacent to the site of America’s first  – and possibly worst – nuclear reactor meltdown at Santa Susana Field … Continue reading

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