West LA VA may clean up its biomedical nuclear and chemical waste dump if found to be a “hazard.” News reason for cautious optimism.
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Approved draft master plan for West LA VA is fraudulent throughout, renaming and reclassifying VA’s nuke dump as green space already used for recreation.
Proposed master plan for West LA VA fails to include 2007 and 2010 VA studies confirming high radiation and chemicals in its biomedical nuclear dump.
Despite outrage over soldiers’ tombstones disposed of VA’s biomedical nuclear and chemical dump in Brentwood, $1 million Phase II testing for toxins begins. VA ducks questions.
Soldiers’ tombstones are emerging from the muck of a biomedical nuclear and chemical dump on the Department of Veterans Affairs grounds in Brentwood, California.
Ghoulish graveyard of atomic tombstones – American veterans’ headstones – dumped in Brentwood’s toxic VA grave, according to a new LA Weekly article by Michael Collins.
The property will not need an EIR which would have, among many other things, determined the condition of the sewer system under Corporate Pointe at West Hills.
L.A. Councilman Bill Rosendahl leads tough talks with VA to secure $1 million for comprehensive Phase 2 tests of West LA VA’s forgotten biomedical nuclear dump. Ensuing tests laughable.
West L.A.VA commits $1 million to second phase nuclear dump survey. “We’re going to waste a million dollars for no purpose,” VA official says. Survey will sample in wrong places.
Syringes and medical waste, including low-level radioactive materials, were covered by fill material to depths of twenty to thirty feet or more at the Brentwood School on West L.A. VA land.
Congressman Henry Waxman’s office yields over 5,000 pages of Veterans Administration data about radiation dump under Brentwood School and dog park. EnviroReporter.com analyzing treasure trove.
Rep. Henry Waxman refuses repeated media requests for 5,500 pages of information supplied him by Department of Veterans Affairs’ West Los Angeles VA regarding their biomedical nuclear dump.
Brentwood nuke dump expert says ENVIRON’s 12 subsurface soil borings at Brentwood School are insufficient to make safety claims. School ends up replacing upper baseball field.
Brentwood School hires two firms to test soil for radioactive and chemical contamination. Testing will be flawed by picking wrong locations through unsound science or possibly worse.