Mobile Chernobyl routes across the Lower 48, bound for proposed Southwest dump-sites


See your state in these 2017 documents from the State of Nevada Agency for Nuclear Projects:

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These maps and shipment numbers are in the context of the Yucca Mountain dump, targeted at Western Shoshone land in Nevada. The documents are based on the U.S. Department of Energy’s Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Yucca Mountain dump, published in 2008. But they also shed a lot of light on the proposed CISFs (consolidated interim storage facilities) targeted at NM and TX. The further away from the Southwest shipments of highly radioactive waste originate, the more similar to identical shipping routes would be, whether bound for NV, or the TX/NM borderlands. Outrageously and unjustifiably, the CISF companies, in cahoots with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, have kept routing bound for the CISFs in TX and NM obscure and secretive. They don’t want the American public to find out such Mobile Chernobyls would be passing through their communities, en route to the Southwest. And don’t forget about the potential barge (Floating Fukushima) routes.

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