Pilgrim Legislative Advisory Coalition
Pilgrim Legislative Advisory Coalition

Please click, read, and sign this petition to Massachusetts' government decision-makers:
Decommissioning Pilgrim Nuclear - Protect Massachusetts Environment, Health, and Taxpayers!

Decommissioning

Pilgrim is expected to cease electricity production and splitting atoms by June of 2019, and the greatest concern to the Commonwealth is shifting from the risks of emissions or an accident to decommissioning and radwaste. Decommissioning could take up to 60 years, and Pilgrim's spent fuel could remain onsite for hundreds of years or more.
View this decommissioning slideshow to educate yourself (compliments of PLAC members Mary Lampert and Jim Garb and the Duxbury Nuclear Matters Committee).

Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel

NDCAP meets from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on the third Wednesday of each month, except in August and December. The monthly meetings are usually held in at the Plymouth Community Intermediate School – Little Theatre, 117 Long Pond Road.
Meeting dates, times and locations are may change at the direction of the NDCAP co-chairs, so please check the website regularly to confirm the details of upcoming meetings.

Upcoming meetings and draft agendas SHOULD be posted here.

How Unsafe is Pilgrim?

Smoking gun: After a week of an NRC team of 20 inspecting Pilgrim Nuclear, an email from the team leader states: "The corrective actions in the recovery plan seem to have been hastily developed and implemented, and some have been circumvented as they were deemed too hard to complete. We are observing current indications of a safety culture problem that a bunch of talking probably won't fix." And much more! http://www.capecodtimes.com/news/20161206/nrc-email-pilgrim-plant-overwhelmed

The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station represents

a significant hazard to all of Eastern Massachusetts

 

This aging nuclear reactor is the same flawed design as those at Fukushima.  Due to frequent, serious safety failures, it has been downgraded by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to where it is considered one of the worst performing nuclear reactors in the country in terms of safety.  An accidental release of radiation could occur due to equipment failure, human error, an act of terrorism, or a natural disaster, and could release a plume of radiation that would extend from Gloucester to Worcester, to Cape Cod and Providence Rhode Island, including Greater Boston. See the map.

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Funding for PLAC has been provided by the New England Grassroots Environment Fund

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