Tell California Coastal Commission: REVOKE Nuclear Waste Storage Permit

Gary Headrick
Gary Headrick 6 Comments
5,179 Signatures Goal: 10,000


Your signature on this Petition will send a message, loud and clear to the California Coastal Commission that the permit they approved for Edison was flawed and must be revoked. The Special Conditions on the Coastal Permit are well intended, but should have been required from the start, not twenty years later. Other countries currently use nuclear waste storage systems that could meet those reasonable requirements today. Their containers can be inspected, repaired, maintained, monitored and transported without cracks. The thin canisters being used at San Onofre have none of these attributes because they were only intended for temporary storage.

Revoke the permit until better options can explored, while we still have time.


Click on THIS LINK to see detailed references about this matter.

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Links


http://fairewinds.org/ has a wealth of information provided by an independent nuclear expert.

http://www.foe.org/ Friends of the Earth is protecting the planet in a number of ways - especially from nuclear power.

http://sanonofresafety.org/ has up-to-date local information with carefully referenced data.
  • Frances Williamson
    Frances Williamson United States, Oceanside
    Oct 10, 2017
    Oct 10, 2017
    I worked there for 18 years. I saw a lot of haphazard and lazy attitudes toward safety and regulations. For two years I complained about the EDMR and LCOAR books so fouled up they could not be relied upon. I was punished for trying to make an issue of them. When another facility was violated for the same thing, then they scrambled for months trying to get those books straightened out and up to date. This company has demonstrated too many times they cannot be trusted with public safety. They still hide the document signed by a manager to go forward with design changes without going through the NRC that lead to the tubes cracking, and eventually shutting down the facility. There's a long list of why they can't be trusted. Make them do the right thing. Protect the public before an 'accident' is allowed to happened. This is not a simple issue of 'clean up' when that stuff gets out of control. It does permanent damage.
  • Ed Benson
    Ed Benson United States, Corona
    Oct 06, 2017
    Oct 06, 2017
    Hold Edison accountable for this screwed up mess. Burying nuke waste @ this site is just wrong.
  • Michael Gordon
    Michael Gordon United States, Oceanside
    Oct 06, 2017
    Oct 06, 2017
    Do your job. Keep us safe and the coast pristine. Get out of the utility’s pockets and DO YOUR JOB.
  • Bill Smirnow
    Bill Smirnow United States, Northport
    Oct 06, 2017
    Oct 06, 2017
    This is clinically insane to have such thin walled cannisters. What will you say AFTER the catastrophe, I'm sorry? Act immediately to have cannisters with walls that are at least 20 inches thick.
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