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Rocketdyne Video

Rocketdyne Video

Before the December 12, 2012 EPA meeting in Simi Valley, California, where the agency tried to explain how it had burned through $41.5 million for the radiation testing of Area IV of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, clean up Rocketdyne activists and community members held a press conference. Dan Hirsch, […]

Veterans protest “National Veterans Park” March 9, 2008

Veterans protest “National Veterans Park” March 9, 2008

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.] Nearly 100 veterans staged a spirited rally at the corner of Wilshire and San Vicente in […]

Diane Feinstein – January 16, 2008

Diane Feinstein – January 16, 2008

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.] EnviroReporter.com did not receive an invitation to this event though we managed to get the particulars […]

Drought reveals heart of dump – 2007

Drought reveals heart of dump – 2007

The prolonged drought in Southern California has caused a continuing brush die-off in the heart of the Brentwood nuclear dump. Much of the mapped center of the known dumping areas is easier to see — sloping areas that weren’t tested in the VA Phase I testing of the eastern arroyo. […]

Brentwood School

Brentwood School

North of the main dumping area lies VA land leased to Brentwood School. A VA-funded study in 2005 said, on pages 62-64, that there was nuclear waste buried on the property there and that either the parents didn’t know about it or didn’t care. Now they know. A 2000 ash […]

Evidence Plowed Under

Evidence Plowed Under

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.] As EnviroReporter.com began investigating the biomedical nuclear dump on Veterans Administration property in the west Los […]

Early attempts to locate the dump

Early attempts to locate the dump

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.] (Click thumbnail to view entire photograph)

Early attempts to locate the Brentwood nuke dump

Early attempts to locate the Brentwood nuke dump

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.]

Atomic Bombs and Culture

Atomic Bombs and Culture

Nothing fueled the Cold War more than fear of the Hydrogen Bomb. Though President Kennedy halted above-ground, atmospheric testing of these weapons in 1963 like those that yielded these explosive images, thousands remain on high alert today. “One nuclear weapon exploded in one city — be it New York or […]

Atomic Energy Commission Reports 1952-1962

Atomic Energy Commission Reports 1952-1962

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.] (Click thumbnail to view entire photograph)

Atomic History

Atomic History

[2015 – While EnviroReporter.com‘s reporting on the Brentwood biomedical nuclear dump partially under Barrington Dog Park stopped then-President George W. Bush’s $4 billion plan to privatize and develop VA land, nothing has been remediated.]

Runkle Canyon 11-08-08

Runkle Canyon 11-08-08

[KB Home’s Runkle Canyon development is now called Arroyo Vista at the Woodlands.] During the debate over whether Runkle Canyon’s surface water is a drinking water source for Simi Valley, a number of folks have insisted that it isn’t, including members of the Department of Toxic Substances Control. Indeed, Runkle […]

THE VALLEY’S GALAXY OF GOO

THE VALLEY’S GALAXY OF GOO

City planners make a slick zone change for easy building on toxic lands By Michael Collins LA Weekly – March 5, 2009 West Hills resident Bonnie Klea is vivacious and no-nonsense. She won a battle over a rare bladder cancer diagnosed in 1995, and has long suspected the toxins that […]

SSFL Area IV – Sodium Reactor Experiment

SSFL Area IV – Sodium Reactor Experiment

The Sodium Reactor Experiment, or SRE, was the first nuclear reactor in this country to supply commercially-available electricity. It powered the lights for the-then tiny town of Moorpark in Ventura County, California, population 1,200. The reactor is best known for suffering the worst meltdown in American history, releasing hundreds of […]

SSFL Area IV – SNAP

SSFL Area IV – SNAP

EnviroReporter.com wrote about the SNAP reactor’s two partial meltdowns in a September 23, 2004 Ventura County Reporter article entitled “In Hot Water – More good news about contamination from your friends at Rocketdyne,” where it was noted: “At the meeting last week, Rocketdyne divulged that two new wells had high […]

SSFL Area IV – Gallery E – Buildings 4029, 4030, 4055, 4064, 4093 & 4100

SSFL Area IV – Gallery E – Buildings 4029, 4030, 4055, 4064, 4093 & 4100

(Click thumbnail to view entire photograph) “The Radiation Measurements Facility (Building 4029) was used between 1959 and 1974 for the storage and use of radioactive sources to calibrate radiation detection instruments for the SRE and other reactor tests,” according to the DOE. “In March, 1964, a radium source was dropped […]