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August 21, 2018


The red area is the “Dredge disposal site” barely a  mile offshore from Penarth at where the mud from the Hinkley Point nuclear power station site will be dumped – starting next Thursday

A start is to be made on Thursday next week on the controversial dumping of 320,000 tonnes of allegedly radioactive mud in the Bristol Channel just a mile off the Penarth sea front.

The mud comes from the vicinity of the Hinkley Point nuclear reactor site where a third nuclear power station is now being built by the French energy company EDF –  and will be dumped at the so-called “Cardiff Grounds” site .

The Hinkley Point nuclear power complex in Somerset – as seen from Penarth

EDF has given the Welsh Labour Government’s environmental arm –  Natural Resources Wales – the absolute bare minimum of notice.

EDF is required by its licence to give at least

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