Apparent Fire Code Violations at Santa Susana Field Lab Invite Another Toxic Disaster on Woolsey Fire Anniversary – Chaparral-choked lab roads remain uncut where fire started one year ago, generating over 43,000 tons of radioactively-impacted smoke that included extremely poisonous Polonium-210. EnviroReporter.com – November 8, 2019 2019 SSFL […]
Chaparral-choked lab roads remain uncut where fire started one year ago
60 years since SRE meltdown yet more alarming radiation finds
West LA Veterans Administration master plan protects old nuclear dump from development after 13-year fight
Feds attempt to leave 98% of radiation and chemicals in place at meltdown site
Government covers up Woolsey Fire launching 43,272 tons of Rocketdyne contamination into air.
Joan Trossman Bien’s writing partnership with Michael Collins reporting on the meltdown of the Sodium Reactor Experiment sparkled.
L.A. County terminates trails to SSFL after public & media outcry as more lab contamination exposed
DTSC deceives public about Rocketdyne cleanup, denies petition insisting on complete remediation, falsely claims no SSFL goo got offsite.
Wayne Fishback’s dumping destruction of the environment spans Ventura and Los Angeles counties
LA County Rec and Parks quietly plans hiking trails to contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory, ignoring toxins while honoring anti-cleanup gadfly.
Radiation and chemicals in surface and subsurface water found in 2017 including uranium, RDX and perchlorate
State toxics department’s draft EIR for SSFL omits risk data and suggests leaving Rocketdyne contamination in place.
Boeing has announced that it no longer intends to clean up Rocketdyne to levels it previously promised. Company now claims that since the land is intended for open space it no longer has to remediate the site to levels demanded for decades.
DTSC’s “white paper” on Brandeis-Bardin contamination debunked as greenwashing propaganda as are camp reports.
Jewish camp below Santa Susana Field Lab, aided by troubled state toxics agency, denies contamination has migrated to its property despite decades of evidence; new Dept. of Energy report proposes not cleaning up most contamination