US Dept. of Energy Secretary, Steven Chu, plans to dump 14,000 tons of radioactive scrap metal into the marketplace for use in the manufacturing of consumer products, such as zippers, belt buckles, eyeglass frames, jewelry, watches, silverware, toys, pet bowls and leashes. This action is being fast-tracked, with little regard for public comment.Source:http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323783704578246051395941028.html(function(d, s, id) … Continue reading Do You Support Radioactive Zippers And Silverware?
Department of Energy (DOE) Wants To “Recycle" Radioactively-Contaminated Metal Into Consumer Products
TELL THE DEPT OF ENERGY: "Recycling" with radioactive materials is NOT acceptable!The Department of Energy (DOE) is considering a plan to allow radioactively-contaminated metal from nuclear weapons facilities to be “recycled.” This would allow this toxic metal to be mixed with clean recycled metal and enter into normal commerce—where it could be turned into anything … Continue reading Department of Energy (DOE) Wants To “Recycle" Radioactively-Contaminated Metal Into Consumer Products