• March 5, 2019

I remarked recently in a post about the Celtic Leagues long term opposition to the disposal of nuclear waste in the Irish sea and remarked that the practice was to continue with the disposal of contaminated silt from Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station to a site off Penarth South Wales The tidal flow at this point is sure to take contaminated sediments out via the Bristol Channel into the confluence with the Celtic and Irish Sea (link here includes infographic of radioactive waste disposal):


The process has begun and as this article points out the polluters came like ‘thieves in the night’ to lay the first carpet of nuclear filth of Penarth, Wales.


Image: Belgian sludge hopper with 2000 tonnes of contaminated silt sneaks through the darkness.

Bernard Moffatt

Celtic League

Assistant General Secretary

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