At the end of January 2018, Southern California Edison began transferring 3.6 MILLION POUNDS of deadly radioactive nuclear waste into flimsy steel casks and into the ground 108 feet from the ocean and a few feet above the water table.
This video outlines the hazards and the grave concerns. In it you will see how burying nuclear waste on a dual fault line, in a tsunami zone, on the ocean, along a major freeway & railroad, in the middle of 8.5 million people is an immensely hazardous choice.
Do you know of an important Resource or Collaborator? Please let us know who and why so we can unity in solidarity and actualize a Safe Nuclear Waste environment in Southern California and beyond.
We are a community-based organization focused on educating, elevating and collaborating in support of a world free from the risks of radioactive nuclear waste. Through raising awareness, we can reach the people needed so that together we can make the world around us a better, safer, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize public outreach, fundraisers, exciting community-building events, and produce video and media content.
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We are a Collective of Southern California enthusiasts and experts who are wanting the most care possible for the existing radioactive nuclear waste at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station and ultimately all of the United States and the world. Several resources are provided here in support of the greatest outcomes of health, sustainability and responsibility so we as a species and all others can continue to survive and thrive.
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