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UK’s Marine Management Organisation gives the OK for dumping Hinkley radioactive trash in the Bristol Channel

A nuclear power station’s application to deposit hundreds of thousands
of tonnes of sediment as part of works taking place in the Bristol Channel
has been given the go-ahead.

The Marine Management Organisation (MMO), a
government agency which serves to protect and enhance [???] UK marine environment
and sustainable marine activities, has allowed a variation to a marine
licence to Hinkley Point C. This permits the power station to carry out
dredging and disposal of mud at the existing Portishead disposal site in
the Bristol Channel.

 North Somerset Times 17th Aug 2021

August 19, 2021 - Posted by | UK, wastes

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