Category: SSFL Work Group

Urgent SSFL Work Group Meeting March 8

Please attend a community meeting of the SSFL Work Group on March 8 to learn more about the Dept. of Energy’s (DOE) attempts to break its cleanup promises and what we can do to fight this threat to our health and that of our families. A special candlelight vigil held by families impacted by childhood cancer near SSFL will take place prior to the meeting in front of the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center from 6 – 6:30 p.m.

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SSFL Work Group Meeting to Focus on Runkle Canyon, Brandeis-Bardin – March 16, 2016

The SSFL Work Group will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, March 16 at 6:30 pm at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center in Simi Valley. The Work Group will take a closer look at whether contamination from SSFL migrated to Runkle Ranch and the Brandeis-Bardin Institute and will examine troubles at the state toxics agency (DTSC), which oversees the SSFL cleanup and has come under fire for failing to protect many communities in California.

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NBC4 Investigation, New Boeing Cancer Risk Estimates Featured at September 24 SSFL Work Group Meeting

KNBC Channel 4 is airing the first segments of a year long investigation into the Santa Susana Field Laboratory on September 21 and 22 during the 11 pm news! The investigation and new information about Boeing’s own cancer risk estimates will be discussed on Thursday, September 24 at 6:30 PM at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, 3050 E. Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley, CA 93065

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Who Controls the SSFL Cleanup? Boeing or the Public? Learn More at the SSFL Work Group Meeting Feb. 4

The Work Group will discuss • Proposed permit that would allow more migration of contaminants in surface water runoff from SSFL • Recent court ruling on disposal of SSFL radioactive debris • Efforts to work with communities that are similarly impacted by the failure of the state toxics department • Cleanup myths propagated by Boeing • And more!

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Will SSFL Ever Be Cleaned Up? Learn More at October 1 Work Group meeting

The SSFL Work Group will hold an important meeting on October 1 for a candid discussion about the contamination and cleanup at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. John Pace, a former Atomics International employee, will relay his first-person experiences during the partial nuclear meltdown of the Sodium Reactor Experiment. Also addressed will be troubling developments regarding the SSFL cleanup agreements that leave some wondering if the nuclear and chemical contamination will ever be cleaned up.

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