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Idaho National Lab Tour- August 31, 2017

Tour the Idaho National Lab – Your radioactive backyard   On Thursday, August 31, 2017, Snake River Alliance members and supporters can visit the Idaho National Laboratory. Our…

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D.C. Days Update and Action Alert

Help stop bad nuclear policies Members of the Snake River Alliance went to Washington DC this spring to help stop unsafe plans to “consolidate” nuclear waste from commercial…

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Radioactive Waste

  (Gary Richardson is a former Executive Director with the Snake River Alliance, this letter to the editor appeared in the July 6th Edition of the Idaho Statesman)…

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Support Needed on Nuclear Emergency Planning Zones

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is accepting public comments now until the 27th of June on a proposed rule to reduce and eliminate Emergency Planning Zones around some…

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SRA Takes Fight to D.C.

The fox is truly guarding the apple blossoms in Washington, DC, this year. So the Snake River Alliance will field a team of five volunteer activists to fight…

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INL Reaches Major Cleanup Milestone

Cleanup workers at the Idaho National Laboratory have successfully removed the last wooden box of radioactive waste from the above-ground Transuranic Storage Area. Technicians signed their names to…

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Defending the 1995 Nuclear Waste Agreement

Although the nuclear navy is still allowed to bring waste to Idaho under the 1995 Nuclear Waste Agreement, shipments of commercial spent nuclear fuel are currently prohibited. This…

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U.S. Nuclear Power – Dim the Lights

A decade ago, nuclear proponents were claiming a renaissance for the US industry. Dozens of reactors were penciled out – if only on the backs of napkins – and…

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It Is Time to Act!

The clock that symbolizes the threat of global catastrophe from nuclear weapons and climate change has advanced 30 seconds. It’s now 2 ½ minutes to midnight on the…

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Nuclear Updates

The latest test of the Integrated Waste Treatment Unit (IWTU) has failed. The IWTU was to have solidified INL’s last 900,000 gallons of liquid high-level waste in 2012,…

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