LANL Could Put Weapons-Grade Waste in WIPP

Tom Clements, executive director of the nonprofit Savannah River Site Watch, said the unspent fuel rods at Los Alamos contain weapons-grade plutonium. He also contended the proposed disposal method is...

NV Governor and AG speak against DOE plutonium shipment

kolotv.com | RENO January 30th, 2019 See video of news conference by governor & attorney general of Nevada, angry about DOE’s secret shipment of plutonium from SRS to NV, with SRS Watch comments: https://www.kolotv.com/content/news/505096611.html...

MOX / Plutonium Disposition

July 11, 2017. SRS Watch reports: U.S. DOE Documents Obtained via FOIA Request Confirm "Mission Need" to Expand "Dilute and Dispose" Method of Plutonium Disposition at Savannah River Site, Replacing...

Sleepwalking into Nuclear War?

“People like to think that every nuclear-armed country has only one “button”, with which a president could consciously choose to start a nuclear war, after careful deliberation. But in fact...

WIPP faces security, space challenges

The experts are recommending the Energy Department conduct an environmental review to consider the full effects of the plan on the repository, which plays a key role in the nation’s...

Nuclear Watch New Mexico in the Media

2018 Media NMED And EM-LA Present FY2019 Legacy Cleanup Priorities In Community Meeting Los Alamos Reporter, Dec 1, 2018, By Marie O’Neill Under public comment, Jay Coghlan, director of Nuclear...

BY THAD MOORE tmoore@postandcourier.com About this series This article is the second part in “Lethal Legacy,” The Post and Courier’s investigation into the nation’s plans for disposing of plutonium, the...

New Mexico has enough nuclear waste

We cannot not let the U.S. Department of Energy and the out-of-state nuclear waste generators turn New Mexico into the nuclear waste capital of the United States. BY GEORGE ANASTAS...

Nuke Waste Destined to Remain

BY COLIN DEMAREST | thetandd.com  Aiken Standard: ‘I’m not confident at all’: U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham casts real doubt on Energy Department GREENVILLE — South Carolina’s senior senator, who often stumps for the...

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