Statement by Dr Paul Dorfman
There is no question but there are very real concerns about the lack of transparency surrounding Capenhurst’s activities the adequacy of nuclear safeguards at Capenhurst Environmental and public health risks associated with Capenhurst’s routine operations as well as incidents and accidents Capenhursts management of uranium hexafluoride.
If anyone wants to know just what the ONR [ Office for Nuclear Regulation ] has to say about the ongoing disaster at Fukushima, then they should read the following: –
That report was penned in 2011, and they have added nothing to it since then.
In contrast Kick Nuclear has been producing the regular Fukushima Updates.
More on Uranium exports to Russia.
Radiation Free Lakeland published this very useful article on the sale of Uranium products to Russia.
As we keep saying: –
These sales raise many very worrying concerns, while the details of these exports are surrounded in secrecy.
DRS Open Day – July 2018- A summary report
This year, despite our not being able to get more activists to turn up on the day, we did never the less managed to hand out some 2,500 leaflets in just under four hours.
While inside the depot there was a nukiller waste train wagon on display.
What strikes us about this is that DRS are now aiming to normalise seeing these waste flasks.
Next year we will be at the DRS Open Day at Carlisle, where we will be organising a protest in the company of our fellow activists from Radiation Free Lakelands.
Anniversaries & Forthcoming Events
August 4th – St Bees, Cumbria.
Radiation Free Lakeland [ RFL ] has sent an urgent to Sellafield, asking them to monitor and retrieve radioactive particles from St bees beach ahead of the Cumbria Wildlife Trust ‘Beached Art’ day on Sunday August 4th.
Sellafield have treated this straightforward request under Freedom of Information rules which means that there will not be a reply for at least a month, and even then they might have to pay for the request to be answered.
The request has been sparked by a citizen science project carried out by Radiation Free Lakeland volunteers in collaboration with nuclear science undergraduates at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the US.‘
In the absence of any warnings from the authorities, RFL will once again be at the beach at St Bees to leaflet and warn people about the very real possibility of their children (or pregnant mothers) ingesting radioactive cesium, americium and plutonium.
August 6th – Hiroshima Day.
August 9th – Nagasaki Day.
October 10th – Springfields
We will be back at the Springfields plant to mark 61 years since the Windscale Fire.
The next DRS Open Day will take place at their depot at Carlisle.
We will be back to leaflet the event in the company of our fellow activists from Radiation Free Lakeland.
Thomas the Stank Engine
Thomas the Stank Engine got his name because he hauls DRS [Direct Rail Services] train wagons, which contain very stinky, very dirty, and very nasty nukiller waste.
Come Join us as we tell the tale of Thomas and his mates!
Distribute this information outside any of the railway stations which Thomas passes through.