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Controversial dumping of 320,000 tonnes of allegedly radioactive mud in the Bristol Channel

Penarth Times 10th Aug 2018 , A start is to be made on Thursday next week on the controversial dumping of
320,000 tonnes of allegedly radioactive mud in the Bristol Channel just a
mile off the Penarth sea front. The mud comes from the vicinity of the
Hinkley Point nuclear reactor site where a third nuclear power station is
now being built by the French energy company EDF – and will be dumped at
the so-called “Cardiff Grounds” site .

EDF has given the Welsh Labour Government’s environmental arm – Natural Resources Wales – the
absolute bare minimum of notice. EDF is required by its licence to give at
least 10 days’ notice of the commencement of the mud-dumping operations
off Penarth – and EDF has given exactly the minimum amount of notice
it’s required to give – just 10 days – and no more.
https://penarthnews.wordpress.com/2018/08/10/nuclear-mud-starts-being-dumped-off-penarth-next-thursday/

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August 13, 2018 - Posted by | UK, wastes

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