Countering Capenhurst Issue 7 – June Ending 2016
Nuclear security concerns – how secure is the UK civil nuclear sector?
This report raises a lot of current concerns about the nukiller power industry.
– The fast emerging threat from drones
– Risks from an attack on a nuclear material transport
– Cyber security concerns
Co-Ordinated Waste Train Protests
– Saturday July 23rd.
This is the DRS [ Direct Rail Services ] open day at Crewe.
There will be some activists leafleting outside of the DRS Crewe depot that day.
There will also be co-ordinate leafleting sessions outside many of the railway stations which nukiller waste trains go though.
So far confirmed leafleting sessions include two in London, Bridgewater, Carnforth in Cumbria, and various locations in North Wales.
Full details of these protests will be published at the start of July.
What the Hex?
Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride is a nukiller waste product which is stored in very large quantities in the grounds at Capenhurst.
We have just updated our leaflets about nukiller waste transport.
There are new sheets of stickers with the CCC logo on them.
We would like to thank the Footprint Workers Co-op for the Solidarity support they gave in printing them for us.
Yet More on the Urenco Partnership with the Science Museum
Activists within Kick Nuclear are also aware of this, and will hold a protest outside of the museum when it opens. Though there is no exact date as to just when that will be,