Groundwater contamination coverup continues with highest readings ever in Brandeis-Bardin and Southern Buffer Zone
EnviroReporter.com radiation expert Peter Daley’s comprehensive list of 168 radiation detection systems in 70 countries & Europe
CalEPA & Boeing cut secret deal allowing most toxins at SSFL to remain in place breaking 2007 Consent Order
This masterpiece takes the already fascinating subject of SSFL and explores it in ways never done before.
Radiation rises in Los Angeles air as filtered dust goes up 79 percent in 7 months
Denise Duffield talks SSFL and Kardashian sisters fight for total cleanup
Woolsey Canyon fire codes ignored before & after 2018 fire
Chaparral-choked lab roads remain uncut where fire started one year ago
West LA Veterans Administration master plan protects old nuclear dump from development after 13-year fight
Government covers up Woolsey Fire launching 43,272 tons of Rocketdyne contamination into air.
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.
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
Boeing picketed and protester discovers broken and corroded pipe with possible deadly antimony insulation out in the open.
Aerojet Rocketdyne Chino Hills facility riddled with high radiation and chemical contamination in water and soil.
EnviroReporter.com marks a major milestone – the online news organization turns 10 today having begun publishing May 18, 2006 with a story about the biomedical nuclear and chemical dump in the Los Angeles suburb of Brentwood. Story stopped a $4 billion scheme to privatize the West L.A. Veterans Administration. So began this award-winning environmental news outfit which says its best is yet to come.