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Tuesday, May 5, 2015



Livermore Lab's hazardous and “mixed” radioactive waste permit is up for renewal. Once issued, it will govern LLNL’s hazardous waste activities for the next decade. 

LLNL generates toxic, reactive, corrosive, ignitable, "mixed" radioactive, and other wastes governed by RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act).

LLNL workers’ health could be endangered if the permit is vague, permissive or incomplete. 

After hearing all public comments, both verbal and written, the California State Dept. of Toxic Substances Control will make a final decision to issue, amend or deny the permit renewal. 

Written comments are due on or before August 3, 2015.

Hearing Date and Time: Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 6:30 PM

Hearing Location: Arroyo Seco School, 5280 Irene Way, Livermore

For more information or to submit written comments by email:


Anonymous said...

We would never want a permissive permit.

Anonymous said...

For God's sake, protect the children!

Anonymous said...

Let's not dishonor the 2,000 current and former LLNL employees who have applied for compensation due to on the job exposures that led to serious illnesses. And, more to the point, let's not create more of the same.

Anonymous said...

They still got that tritium in the ground water and silver ion solutions in their waste water stream?


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