Plans to bury N-waste at Keekle Head set to be turned down
Last updated at 12:27, Tuesday, 08 May 2012
Proposals to bury a million tonnes of low-level radioactive waste near Distington are set to be turned down today.
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if it is heer johnny get it sent down to london and get the underground dump built there as we dont want it
The majority of you commenting need to understand one thing.....THE WASTE IS HERE..... Now how do we deal with it? Above or below ground are the choices we face. Looking at this logically if there was to be a breach of containment would you rather it occurred 500 metres below ground and take thousands of years to reach the surface by which time it will have decayed massively, or have it on the surface and face an immediate problem......over to you intellectuals .Johnnyquest
Could'nt agree more Orange Peel.Even our local MP's are appearing to accept that we are just being used as a dustbin by the mandarins in London.Meanwhile the loyal Sellafield employees are realising they are dispensible pawns in the ''big bucks for the Yanks'' process.Time to say enough is enough, both scientifically and morally, for the future generations of Cumbria. Together and United, Cumbrians can save the future from a land blighted for thousands and thousands of years...search your consienses mums, dads, nans and granda's....it's now or never.