By Taylor Mitchell | November 23, 2020 at 5:32 PM CST – Updated November 23 at 6:21 PM
AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) – The Pantex Fire Department and Potter County Fire Department will expect new machines to disinfect equipment, vehicles and stations.
During the pandemic, AMS has been using a fogger system to disinfect areas and vehicles.
The Pantex Fire Department has a new hypochlorous acid machine in order to disinfect their station and equipment to help protect their plant employees, responders and the community from the coronavirus.Read More
When the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Watts Bar Unit 2 nuclear reactor reactivates from a refueling outage that started Oct. 26, it will begin producing tritium for nuclear weapons for the first time, a National Nuclear Security Administration spokesperson said Monday.
The specialized rods will start producing yield-boosting gas for nuclear weapons during Watts Bar Unit 2’s Cycle 4. Watts Bar Unit 1 already makes tritium and is on its 17th fuel cycle.Read More
CALL IN TO COMMENT ON THE Nuclear Regulatory Commission draft Environmental Impact Statement for Supposedly “Interim” Nuclear Waste Dump and Massive Transport Across the US for Decades Oct 1, 6, 8, 15th
Four Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) teleconference public meetings about the Waste Control Specialists/Interim Storage Partners proposal to bring 40,000 tons of high-level radioactive waste from nuclear power plants by rail to the west Texas/New Mexico border, five miles east of Eunice, New Mexico. For more information, fact sheets, transportation maps, and talking points: http://nonuclearwasteaqui.org/
Th. October 15th from 9 am to noon MST https://www.nrc.gov/pmns/mtg?do=details&Code=20201101
Teleconference: Bridge Number (888) 989-9268 Pass Code 5300047
Important: Press *1 as soon as you get through, which allows you to talk when it’s your turn.
Webinar: https://usnrc.webex.com/ Meeting number 199 125 5213 Password: ISPDEISRead More
Join Texans–SEED Coalition and 15 other sponsoring groups on Thursday evening Sept 17th at 7 Central time for a ZOOM comment letter writing party–bring your own drinks, snacks and computer or tablet or phone to send comments to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on both the Holtec (NM) and Waste Control Specialists/WCS ISP (Texas) draft environmental impacts statements AND a letter to your US Representative. We will write, chat and send together via email or www.regulations.gov
The link is: https://tinyurl.com/NoNuclearWaste
LET’S GIVE INPUT THIS WEEK together with each other online live!Read More
Join New Mexico folks (Nuclear Issues Study Group-NISG) on-line this Weds evening Sept 16th to make comments on ZOOM (you can watch via FaceBook Live) on the Holtec draft Environmental Impact Statement, starting at 6 mountain time. Visit NISG’s Facebook event for updates on how to participate: https://fb.me/e/1GwpMN9KH. A People’s Hearing–a ZOOM COMMENT OPPORTUNITY on Holtec’s proposed high-level radioactive waste dump on SEPT 16th at 8 PM eastern/ 7 Central/ 6 Mountain – hosted by Nuclear Issues Study Group (NISG) based in New Mexico Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or if you would like to make a public comment.Read More