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SECURITY CALLED IN TO PROTECT ‘NUCLEAR MUD’ DUMP OPERATION OFF PENARTH

September 19, 2018

PENARTH DAILY NEWS

The green motor hopper MV Sloeber setting out from the Hinkley Point nuclear complex in Somerset tonight – heading for Penarth with another cargo of allegedly radioactive mud,

A security launch was called in tonight to accompany the MV Sloeber as she deposited yet another cargo of allegedly-radioctive mud a just mile offshore from Penarth.

The MV Sloeber is under contract to a subsidiary of the French-owned energy company EDF (Electricity de Francais) which is building the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station on the Somerset Coast, within sight of Penarth.

MV Sloeber – and her cargo of Hinkley ‘nuclear mud’ passes between the islands of Steepholm and Flatholm en route for Penarth and the Cardiff Grounds

Hinkley C is the third nuclear power station to be built at the seaside Somerset site. A total of more than 320,000 tonnes of mud – which campaigners say could be radioactive…

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