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New NBC Investigation – Disclosure of Extraordinary Risks at SSFL, Boeing Proposed Cleanup Would Leave 98% of Contamination on Site

NBC aired the fifth segment of its year-long investigation into SSFL on December 14, 2015. The segment, entitled “LA’s Nuclear Secret: Call For Action,” revealed that the site is even more contaminated than previously known.

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Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Cancels Plans For Santa Susana Field Lab

The SSFL community applauds ATSDR’s decision to reject a petition calling for repudiation of past health studies and weakened cleanup. The agency’s announcement comes after months of public outcry over its prior decision to accept the petition, which was submitted by a former manager at SSFL and current consultant to the Department of Energy, which is one of the polluters at SSFL.

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SSFL Offsite Contamination at Brandeis-Bardin Institute Revealed in Latest NBC4 investigation

NBC4 has revealed new information about contamination from SSFL that has migrated to the Brandeis-Bardin Institute in “LA’s Nuclear Secret: Camp Cover-Up, “which aired on November 9 and was followed up with a segment on November 19. The investigation is part of NBC4’s blockbuster year-long investigation, “LA’s Nuclear Secret” that was broadcast in September.

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Sign the Petition to Make Sure that All of the Nuclear and Chemical Contamination at SSFL is Fully Cleaned Up!

Some of the parties responsible for the contamination are pushing to not have to clean up the great majority of the contaminated soil. This is unacceptable. It would leave all who live in the area around the polluted lab at risk from radioactivity and other toxic materials migrating off the hill. Sign a petition to elected officials asking them to ensure that the cleanup commitments are upheld and that ALL of the contamination is cleaned up!

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Community says NO to ATSDR interference in SSFL

In August, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) announced that it had accepted a “citizen’s petition” to re-evaluate prior studies that found a connection between SSFL and health impacts and to provide an “opinion” about cleanup “options.” However, the petition was sent by a former SSFL official and DOE contractor who asks ATSDR to refute previous studies and weigh in against the cleanup agreement. ATSDR should stay out. SSFL must be cleaned up now so that local communities are no longer at risk.

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