To: Prime Minister of the UK
Stop “Delivery” of a Geological Nuclear Dump Under the Irish Sea or Anywhere Else.
Instead of bribing communities with £Millions to accept the plan to dump many decades worth of hot, high level nuclear wastes deep underground, we ask that you stop the production of ever more dangerous radioactive wastes, place a moratorium on the GDF “Delivery” plans and put all effort into containment ( not “disposal”), above ground where the waste can be monitored and repackaged as necessary. Continuing with an aggressive and scientifically inadequate push for “Delivery of a Geological Disposal Facility” merely in order to justify a new nuclear build agenda is the wrong thing to do.
To the Coal Authority
Coal Mine developers, West Cumbria Mining have asked the *Coal Authority for new licences. Do Not Rubber Stamp the Developer’s Licence to Drill.
*The Coal Authority report to the Dept of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Kwasi Kwarteng MP is the Secretary of State
To the Health and Safety Executive In your role as protectors of the Health and Safety of UK citizens, we ask you to urge HM Government to effect an immediate ban on the extraction of fossil fuels within 10 miles of Nuclear Installations. Currently there is no limit at all on the proximity of fossil fuel extraction to nuclear installations despite the known risks of induced seismic activity.
STOP MOORSIDE – “Biggest Nuclear Development in Europe”
We urge David Cameron and the leaders of Europe to scrap plans for Moorside. The UK Government is planning to sell a vast area of Cumbria to the same companies responsible for the Fukushima disaster, so that they can build new nuclear reactors. Please don’t risk the safety of Europe by turning Cumbria into a nuclear sacrifice zone
We call upon David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Edward Davey, to stop the construction of Hinkley C Nuclear Power Station: Nuclear Power is dangerous and uneconomical. We can never predict damage to the reactor as a result of unstable weather conditions or seismic activity. The proposed Hinkley C site is on the Bristol Channel which experiences high tidal fluctuations. It is also within the vicinity of a fault line that had an earthquake 9 years ago. It could happen again.
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LOCK THE GATE ON DRIGG
Archived petition …NO NUCLEAR WASTE IN LANDFILL
Responsible department: Department for Energy and Climate Change
In February 2013, Sellafield were found guilty of dumping nuclear waste in ordinary Cumbrian landfill. In the 1990s, large-scale dumping of nuclear wastes in Landfill was banned. However in March 2007 the law was changed so that wastes such as plutonium wastes can now be sent to ordinary disposal sites. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Make Room for Nuclear? Cellulose – the woody compound used to make paper – breaks down into chemicals that can make plutonium up to 10, 000 times more likely to get into underground water supplies. We the undersigned ask HM Government to change the “exempt” law and ban nuclear waste going into landfill.
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