sunday thoughts 3-- 6/5/12 air water and land radiation coverup!





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Published on May 6, 2012

Radioactive waste 'may be blighting 1,000 UK sites
2 May 2012 08.00 BST

"....Hundreds of sites across England and Wales could be contaminated with radioactive waste from old military bases and factories, according to a new government report.....

.....This is far higher than previous official estimates, with evidence from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) last December suggesting that there were just 15 sites in the UK .....

...... former prime minister Gordon Brown said. "They've started to use their lawyers to get out of what is, in the first place, I think, a moral responsibility and in the second place, will become a legal responsibility.".....

"The MoD has begun ..........to try and avoid it becoming the first place in the UK to be legally designated as radioactive contaminated land. More than 2,500 radioactive hotspots have been found on the foreshore in the past 22 years, one-third of them since last September."

"The MoD, however, has defended its actions, insisting that other parties could have been involved in spreading the contamination at Dalgety Bay. .........., and that some of the contaminated sites may be from industrial rather than military activities."

How about nuclear powerplants and the dounray cleanup?? The MOD telling the truth??


Simplification of the contaminated land regime report Dec 2011

"15........ ......(although lead and asbestos, two common contaminants,
have not been covered by the initiatives)...."
Not lead.... One of the big outputs from nuclear power plants releases!!

"....19. .......... Also large parts of London and other towns and cities would exceed the (now withdrawn) SGV for lead. If the SGV methodology were to stay as it is, it is likely that any new SGV for lead would be almost ten times lower than the old one, taking it to below the national average level of lead in soil and meaning (among other things) that nearly all urban land in England and Wales would exceed the SGV. This situation cannot be allowed to continue because having such extremely precautionary screening numbers has perverse consequences. .............It also raises practical problems such as consigning large amounts of low risk soil to landfills, and makes it very difficult to find replacement soil to use on building sites...."
Building sites eh??
And more here.....

my synopsis here.... With some comments
enenews rad forum
an informal place to put any rad readings.. worth bookmarking as realtime info appears during incidents.. penly, mercoule, budapest, turkey and the globe is pretty much covered!!
heres a line of bullshit!! From the 2012 report

".....149. The current Guidance covers both non-radioactive and radioactive contamination which
stakeholders find complex and confusing Proposed change:. Separation of Statutory Guidance into two parts for non-radioactive and radioactive contamination.
Intended effect: Remove unnecessary complexity. Other than the separation of guidance documents, no substantive changes are being made to the statutory guidance as it relates to radioactivity, so there will be no effect caused by this change in terms of costs and benefits relevant to this Impact Assessment.
To date there have been no cases of radioactive contaminated land being dealt with under the Part 2A
regime in England and Wales....." see above guardian article and you can guess what im thinking!!

The link to the percentage of heavy metals by industry can be found here
Oct 6 2011 update

do you trust them?? What about the owls?? Birds have an effect from 0.05 mcSv/h external dose of ionising radiation! See earlier video and link to report! What about the internal dose to the owls??
Department for Environment
Food and Rural Affairs Industry Profile Industrial Activities Which Have Used Materials
Containing Radioactivity report 2006

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