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National Network of Groups at Contaminated Nuclear Weapons Sites Calls for New Leadership to Head Environmental Management at U.S. Department of Energy
For immediate release, July 12, 2021For more information, contact Marylia Kelley, ANA Board President, email@example.com, 925.255.3589 Today, more than thirty nuclear watchdog organizations sent...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 29, 2021 Media Contacts: Leslie Lenhardt, South Carolina Environmental Law Project, (843) 527-0078, firstname.lastname@example.org Marylia Kelley, Tri-Valley CAREs, in CA, (925)...
South Carolina Environmental Law Project, Nuclear Watchdogs from Across the U.S. to Hold Virtual Press Conference
MEDIA ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 24, 2021 WHAT: Public interest groups will hold a Zoom press conference for a major announcement of a forthcoming legal action as the U.S. Department of...
In 2005, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) increased the plutonium storage limit at Livermore Lab to 3,080 pounds, enough for about 300 nuclear bombs.
Tri-Valley CAREs works to terminate plutonium activities at Livermore Lab. Recently, we won a partial victory when DOE agreed to de-inventory most of the Lab’s plutonium by the end of 2012. Unlike DOE, we advocate stopping all plutonium experiments at Livermore Lab, including those planned in the National Ignition Facility mega-laser. We also aim to hasten its removal date and to ensure that Livermore Lab’s plutonium is never again used in nuclear weapons.
Fact sheets for the “Complex Transformation” National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) hearings:
September, 2007 – The “Complex 2030” Plan to Make New Plutonium Pits and Build New Bombs
April, 2007 – More information about Complex 2030
November, 2005 – Plutonium in Livermore: In the News and Other Sources
November, 2005 – Plutonium at Livermore Lab Endangers the Bay Area and Central Valley
January 28, 2013 – Livermore Lab at the Crossroad
Technical Comments & Letters
Lethal Nuclear Legacies
Part of the hidden history of nuclear weapons involves the massive toxic and radioactive contamination that accompanies nuclear development, at Livermore Lab in the San Francisco Bay Area, throughout the U.S. nuclear weapons complex, and in other nations.