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- California Coastal Commission approves nuclear waste storage on the beach

This photo from San Onofre Safety shows where Southern California Edison wants to store nuclear waste. It’s circled in yellow.

From San Onofre Safety

Southern California Edison plans to make another bad decision by unsafely storing over 1600 metric tons of highly radioactive nuclear waste. 651 more words

Idiotic San Onofre waste plan in court...

A permit to bury radioactive waste from the retired San Onofre reactors on low-lying land next to the Pacific Ocean was challenged in court Tuesday by a San Diego consumer advocacy group. 116 more words

Sacramento Update

Coastal Commission Votes To Allow Nuclear Waste To Be Stored At San Onofre Site

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The California Coastal Commission on Tuesday endorsed a plan to allow operators at the defunct San Onofre nuclear power plant to move tons of highly radioactive fuel from storage pools into steel canisters sheathed by concrete. 379 more words


Coastal Commission Approves Plan to Build Nuclear Storage Facility at San Onofre

The California Coastal Commission Tuesday approved a controversial plan to build a nuclear waste storage facility near the closed San Onofre nuclear plant. Chip Yost reports for the KTLA 5 News at 6 on Tuesday, Oct. 25 more words

Local News

Tsunami Advisory Issued For Central, Southern California Coast

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The National Tsunami Warning Center has issued a tsunami advisory for a coastal areas in Central and Southern California Wednesday evening, following a… 306 more words


County officials want San Onofre nuclear waste moved

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to ask the federal government to remove and relocate nuclear waste being stored at the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. 511 more words


San Onofre Surfing Club

Prologue (Part 3 of 4)

While Corona del Mar provided a near ideal beach community for a young grom growing up in the 60’s, it was my time with Dad on the weekends at San Onofre that most influenced my views on work/life balance today in Silicon Valley. 4,048 more words