At-Reactor Storage: Indoor Wet Pool Storage, Outdoor Dry Casks
from Michigan’s U.S. Senators, Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow,
to Secretary of State Colin Powell expressing concern about 2,000 dry
storage casks for high-level radioactive waste proposed for the Lake
Huron shoreline at Bruce nuclear power plant,
October 17, 2002.
- Growing Concern in US over Bruce Nuclear
Waste (in Canada), Press Release, November 13, 2002.
- A Yucca
Mountain in the Heart of the Great Lakes?!
Nuclear Monitor Article on on-site dry cask storage at Bruce NPP in
Canada. November 5, 2002.
- NIRS press
statement regarding “radioactive bull’s eye on the Great
Lakes shoreline” – the proposal to put 2,000 high-level
radioactive waste dry casks outdoors at the Bruce nuclear power plant
– Ottawa, Canada, September 13, 2002.
- Don’t Build a Yucca Mountain on
the Lake Huron Shoreline!
Kevin Kamps' Press Statement on Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission hearing
on the proposed high-level radioactive waste dry cask storage facility
at the Bruce nuclear plant. September 13, 2002.
to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
regarding dry cask storage of HLRW at Bruce nuclear plant in Canada,
September 13, 2002
from concerned Michigan citizen to Michigan Attorney General [now
Governor] Jennifer Granholm, and Granholm’s
response, on the dangers of irradiated nuclear fuel storage in outdoor
dry casks on the shorelines of the Great Lakes in both Canada and the
U.S., June/July 2002.
- IEER’s proposal for hardened on-site
storage of irradiated nuclear fuel at reactor sites as an alternative
to the Yucca Mountain dump and for security against terrorist attack.
June 4, 2002.
- Great Lakes United on Expansion of High-Level
Nuclear Waste Storage at the Bruce Nuclear Complex on the Shoreline
of Lake Huron, Canada. June 2002.
Alvarez article in “The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists”
(Jan./Feb., 2002) on the danger of terrorist attacks against irradiated
nuclear fuel storage pools leading to catastrophic radioactivity releases.