Federal action vital to get nuclear waste off San Onofre’s beach, report says San Onofre’s dry storage systems for radioactive waste – derisively dubbed by critics as the “nuclear dump by the sea” – are so close to the ocean and groundwater table that they could suffer structural degradation over time, a new report says.
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San Clemente to Continue Receiving SONGS Emergency Readiness Funding | San Clemente Times San Clemente will continue to receive funding for radiological emergency planning from Southern California Edison as part of an updated long-term partnership agreement with neighboring cities and the counties of Orange and San Diego.
State energy regulators approve more funding to decommission San Onofre nuclear plant California utility regulators awarded owners of the San Onofre nuclear plant hundreds of millions of dollars in new money to pay for ongoing decommissioning of the shuttered power station, rejecting a protest from a San Diego consumer group.
The 8-year project to dismantle the San Onofre nuclear plant is about to begin Seven years after the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station officially went offline, the eight-year process of physically dismantling the plant and knocking down the domes that have loomed over the landscape of Camp Pendleton for four decades is about to begin.