Tuesday, September 27, 2011

NRC Lessons From Fukushima TONIGHT San Clemente



Facts that might inspire you to take a closer look and adjust your busy schedule in order to make it to these important meetings.

Did you know … SONGS has ten times more safety violations than the industry norm; just one of the many factors making it the second most dangerous nuclear power plant out of all 104 in the U.S.A?
Did you know … employees are being retaliated against for reporting safety concerns to management?
Did you know … SONGS was designed for a 7.0 quake, but is on a fault capable of an 8.0 (10 x more powerful)?
Did you know …SONGS intended lifespan ends in 2013, but was extended to 2022 and hopes to go until 2042?
Did you know … the “30’ tsunami wall” often claimed by the industry is only 14’ above high tide?
Did you know … over 4,000 tons of highly radioactive waste is stored on-site in "temporary" storage, accumulating at a rate of 500 pounds per day?
Did you know … 8.4 million people living in a fifty mile radius would need to evacuate if there is a meltdown?
Did you know … you are expected to “shelter in place” on your own for at least 3 days if you can't evacuate?
Did you know … your property or possessions can’t be insured against radiation exposure?
Did you know … for all the inherent risk, Californians get less than 7% of our power from SONGS, which could be replaced with energy efficiency and simple conservation measures right now?

Come learn from the experts and make informed decisions that could protect all that you love and cherish before it is too late.

          1.  San Clemente City Council Town Meeting,  Tues., Sept. 27 6:30 PM, The Lessons Learned from Fukushima Part One: The Nuclear Industry Point of View. San Clemente Community Center (100 N. Calle Seville).  

          2.   San Clemente City Council Town Meeting, Tues., Oct. 11 6:30 PM, The Lessons Learned from Fukushima Part Two:  Presentations from Independent Experts about the Safety of the San Onofre nuclear power plant. San Clemente Community Center (100 N. Calle Seville).  

     
 Learn more about nuclear power by visiting these websites:        
www.nirs.org;     www.nukefree.org;     www.acehoffman.org;     www.sanclementegreen.org;