Communities Against a Radioactive Environment
Tri-Valley CAREs works to achieve cleanup of the poisonous legacy of past nuclear weapons activities - and to safeguard communities from the environmental and health threats posed by current and planned nuclear weapons programs. Our efforts have won cleanup of some of the most polluted areas on earth, including at Livermore Lab. We believe access to clean water, air and land is a human right. We advocate on behalf of exposed workers, community members and the larger environment in which we all live.
April, 2014 - Haga Clic Aqui Para Sitio 300 Recorrido Informacion...
April, 2014 - English Version of Site 300 Superfund Cleanup Factsheet
April, 2014 - Spanish Version of Site 300 Superfund Cleanup Factsheet
Click here to read about the contamination and the cleanup at Livermore Lab's Site 300 testing range
September, 2010 - Click here to read our recent article about the Superfund cleanup.
Fact sheets for the "Complex Transformation" National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) hearings:
May, 2000 - Site 300 Cleanup Criteria
December 4, 2012 - Site 300 Superfund Baseline Ecological Risk Assessment for the Building 812 Area, "Exposure Parameters for the Deer Mouse and Rock Wren at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Site 300"
January 23, 2008 - LLNL SEC petition letter to Leavitt from TVC
September 25, 2007 - Tri-Valley CAREs' scoping comment on GTCC
January 28th, 2013 - Livermore Lab at the Crossroad
February 10th, 2012 - Questions for the US Department of Energy's FY 2013 Nuclear Weapons and Cleanup Budget
July 16th, 2008 - Community Group Objects to Hazardous Waste Permit Renewal
January 8th, 2008 - Sick Livermore Lab Workers Path to Compensation May Soon be Eased
Petition to Compel Clean Up at Livermore Lab
Print, sign, copy, get others to sign and send us this petition to compel adequate funding to clean up toxic and radioactive contamination at Livermore Lab.
Main Site Superfund Letter
Print, sign and send this letter to ensure there is enough money to carry out critical cleanup at the lab.
Sick Worker Support Group Newsletters
Technical Comments & Comment Letters