Fisheries and Conservation Authority Concerns: Irish Sea Subsidence and Resuspension of Radionuclides

North West Fisheries and Conservation Authority Concerns: Irish Sea Subsidence and Resuspension of Radionuclides from Sellafield as a result of Coal Mining. Why is this not being shouted about in the Media I wonder ????

Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole

Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole – Petition

There are many reasons to object the the plan for the first deep coal mine in the UK for 30 years.  The North Western Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority has voiced concerns. They highlight the following concern which is uniquely perilous to this area of the Irish Sea:

“Offshore Subsidence – resuspension and dispersal of radioactive contaminants. The documentation has confirmed to NWIFCA that a risk of subsidence exists and therefore there remains an overwhelming concern over the potential for disturbance and resuspension of radioactive contaminants and sediments.”

Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole along with others have also highlighted this specific concern and would draw the Development Control and Regulation Committee’s attention to this photograph supplied to us by the Low Level Radiation Campaignsellapart04337.JPGThis is what radiation does to plastic

The centre of this image shows radiation tracks from a…

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