nuclear waste

NASA wants nuclear-contaminated Santa Susana site to be made a historic landmark

August 13, 2020

Los Angeles Times article quoting Denise Duffield, PSR-Los Angeles.

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NASA aims to make field lab a cultural site; activists say it’s ploy to get out of cleanup

July 8, 2020

Ventura County Star article quoting Denise Duffield, associate director of PSR-Los Angeles.

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Santa Susana Field Lab could become cultural site; some fear that will impede toxic cleanup

June 28, 2020

Los Angeles Daily News article quoting Denise Duffield of PSR-Los Angeles.

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Kim and Kourtney Kardashian team up with PSR-LA to sound the alarm about Santa Susana Lab’s Toxic Legacy

December 12, 2019

A popular reality TV show explored a harsh reality unknown to most of its viewers and fans: the toxic legacy of the notorious Santa Susana Field Lab.

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Kardashians’ TV show features families affected by the Santa Susana Field Lab – and residents feel ‘grateful’

December 2, 2019

Article in the Los Angeles Daily News quoting Denise Duffield, associate director of PSR-Los Angeles.

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Woolsey Fire Crippled Boeing Water Safety System at Toxics Site

November 11, 2019

NBC Los Angeles article quoting Denise Duffield, PSR Los Angeles.

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Cold War-era sites at Santa Susana Field Lab to be demolished, feds say

September 30, 2019

Article in Los Angeles Daily News quoting Denise Duffield of PSR-Los Angeles.

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SSFL activists gather on 60th anniversary of partial meltdown

July 18, 2019

Coverage in the Thousand Oaks Acorn of a PSR-Los Angeles event calling attention to the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory site and demanding a full cleanup.

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60 Years Since the Largest U.S. Nuclear Accident and Captured Federal Agencies

July 13, 2019

Op-ed in Common Dreams from PSR board member Dr. Robert Dodge on the legacy of the Santa Susan Field Laboratory and the need for a full cleanup.

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Greater Boston PSR Celebrates Closure of Nuclear Power Plant

June 6, 2019

The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station closed permanently on May 31! Pilgrim, located in Plymouth on Cape Cod Bay, was the only nuclear power plant operating in Massachusetts.

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