US Private Nuclear Waste “Interim” Storage Facility Comment by 27 Jan. 2017 11.59 PM ET(NY-DC), i.e. One Minute Till Midnight

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This Private Nuclear Waste “Interim” Storage Facility, i.e. Parking lot for high level nuclear waste, comment deadline is even more important since Doug Kimmelman, owner of private nuclear waste company EnergySolutions, was a Trump fundraiser and a large Trump donor ($285,000 to $335,000). EnergySolutions is trying to take-over its main competitor WCS, in clear violation of US Anti-Trust law and is being sued by the US government.

Private Nuclear Waste “Interim” Storage Facility Comment by Friday, 27 Jan. 2017, 11.59 PM Eastern Time(NY-Boston-DC-Atlanta, Miami, etc.) This is one minute till midnight; one minute till Saturday. Comment here: https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=DOE_FRDOC_0001-3256 Due Jan 27 2017, at 11:59 PM ET. ID: DOE_FRDOC_0001-3256. It is quick, painless, and can still be anonymous. It is important simply to have it in the record that there was opposition. If the current administration deletes the record, God will presumably still have it. You should also share…

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6 comments on “US Private Nuclear Waste “Interim” Storage Facility Comment by 27 Jan. 2017 11.59 PM ET(NY-DC), i.e. One Minute Till Midnight

  1. Thanks for promoting this. Who will be able watch-dog the waste if it is private? They aren’t even going to put a house over the waste either. I recall reading some comments from the 1970s and that way we know that people objected. Maybe if we holler enough about Kimmelman Trump will return the $300,000 which is a tax write-off anyway for Kimmelman. However, a bigger push for interim must be coming from Sheldon Adelson of the Las Vegas Sands. I read that Las Vegas properties would drop in value by 30% if Yucca Mt. opened. The waste must be monitored forever and that’s why it needs to be in a hard rock facility that won’t collapse. Or, very hardened above ground facilities – almost impossible to resist air attack, but transport is a risk too.

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