ATSDR says it will pursue and expand its Boeing-touted proposal to re-evaluate health risks from SSFL. Boeing’s own reports show site soil even more deadly than already known.
Federal and state agencies conspire to gut cleanup but cleanup activists protesters vow to roll back phony pro-polluter petition. New group of young mothers with children with rare cancers assert lab is the cause.
70 years to the minute the A-bomb obliterated Hiroshima, over 200 people gathered at the Chain Reaction nuclear bomb explosion sculpture in Santa Monica.
Significant uptick in Los Angeles alpha and beta radiation. Eleven U.S. EPA RadNet stations show four month beta highs across country.
Rain radiation exceeding 3.3 times background levels was detected and videotaped at Radiation Station Santa Monica.
Over a dozen metropolitan test sites have registered four-month highs in
Failure to harden electrical infrastructure and spent nuclear fuel storage leaves U.S. and world vulnerable to solar or terrorist induced apocalypse.
Sharp increases in beta radiation in Pacific Northwest, Southwest, Middle West, South and along the Eastern Seaboard. Some places, including L.A., show decreasing air radiation.
Radiation Conversation II continues EnviroReporter.com‘s thousands of comments, including our own, on issues that over three million readers and viewers care about most.
Three Toxies – carcinogenic solvents trichloroethylene (TCE), perchloroethylene (PCE) and the solid rocket fuel oxidizer perchlorate – crash a Baldwin Park community meeting on toxics.
Multiple hazardous readings of suspected Fukushima radiation have been detected in air, rain, snow, and surf in California and across the nation. Media pushback denies all.
EnviroReporter.com exposes plots that would keep the Santa Susana Field Laboratory radioactive and chemically contaminated, saving the polluters hundreds of millions.
Revived SSFL Work Group meeting in Simi Valley about the massive Santa Susana Field Laboratory 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, site of the nation’s worst meltdown.
Lab owner Boeing may have been illegally tearing down radioactively impacted buildings at Rocketdyne, then dumping and recycling the metal, concrete and asphalt.
Cleanup opponents claim remediating nuclear and chemical contamination at SSFL is bad. One boasts that eating dirt at the lab wouldn’t be hazardous even at 1,000 times background.
Department of Energy falsely inflates the amount of radioactive Rocketdyne dirt to be excavated by five times and considers lesser cleanup standards than its signed DTSC agreement.