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Anti nuclear activists to seek injunction to stop the dumping of radioactive mud at Cardiff

Penarth Times 6th Sept 2018 , THE dumping of mud from a nuclear plant site off the coast of Penarth is
due to start today. Around 300,000 tonnes will be dredged from the seabed
near the Hinkley Point C site and will be moved to Cardiff Grounds, not far
from Penarth.

Although the grounds are a licensed disposal site for
sediment, the plan has been met with anger and thousands of people have
protested against it. Around 7,000 people signed a petition sent in to the
National Assembly and now anti-nuclear power activists say they are
prepared to go to court to get an injunction.


September 8, 2018 - Posted by | Legal, UK

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