Kamps' prepared statement for press conference re: highly radioactive liquid waste truck shipments from Canada to U.S.A.
Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear's Radioactive Waste Watchdog, delivered a statement to members of the news media on a press conference call sponsored by NIRS. An environmental coalition, including Beyond Nuclear, has filed a lawsuit seeking to block up to 150 unprecedented truck shipments of highly radioactive liquid wastes, from Chalk River Nuclear Labs in Ontario, Canada through multiple states, to Savannah River Site nuclear weapons and radioactive waste complex in Aiken, South Carolina, U.S.A.
See the press release and invitation to a NIRS-hosted press tele-briefing here. (The audio recording from the tele-briefing is available online. See below in the Update.*)
*Diane D'Arrigo of NIRS, who hosted and facilitated the press briefing, has posted the following instructions for accessing the audio recording:
The press briefing from earlier today is available on my Google drive – sharing with everyone…
It will say
There was a problem playing this audiofile.
BUT CLICK either
at top OPEN WITH MUSIC PLAYER FOR GOOGLE DRIVE
DOWNLOAD in the blue box
We will get it up on our website in a few days without the WHOOPS message.