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Nuclear Watch New Mexico - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Through comprehensive research, public education and effective citizen action, Nuclear Watch New Mexico seeks to promote safety and environmental protection at regional nuclear facilities; mission diversification away from nuclear weapons programs; greater accountability and cleanup in the nation-wide nuclear weapons complex; and consistent U.S. leadership toward a world free of nuclear weapons.
Nuclear Testing Since 1945 - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Nuclear Testing Since 1945. The first nuclear weapon test was carried out by the United States at the Trinity site on July 16, 1945, with a yield approximately equivalent to 20 kilotons. The first hydrogen bomb, codenamed "Ivy Mike", was tested at the Enewetak atoll in the Marshall Islands in November 1952, also by the United States.
Nukewatch: The Kirtland AFB Nuclear Weapons Complex
Nukewatch.org Kirtland Air Force Base, which abuts and shares some runways with the Albuquerque airport, has become an important nuclear weapons complex. It hosts the Air Force's Nuclear Weapons Center, Sandia National Laboratories, and what is probably the …
Lawrence Livermore Lab - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org It was founded in 1952, at the behest of Edward Teller and Ernest O. Lawrence, to speed the development of the Hydrogen Bomb, and, more broadly, to provide competition for weapons designers at New Mexico’s Los Alamos Lab. LLNL consists of two physical …
WIPP: New Mexico regulators halt utility shaft project ...
Nukewatch.org Underground waste shaft station at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. Construction of a $100 million utility shaft at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant could be halted after the New Mexico Environment Department denied a request to extend state authorization to build the …
Nuclear Weapons Complex: Kansas City Plant
Nukewatch.org KCP - Kansas City Plant. Description and Mission. The Kansas City Plant (KCP) has most of its operations in Missouri, with satellite facilities in Arkansas and New Mexico. The main facility is located on 122 acres of the 300-acre Bannister Federal Complex …
Big audience for protest of race training - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Sep 10, 2020 · Energy Dept. Taking Bids for Nationwide Waste Treatment Services - The Energy Department on Monday issued its final request for proposals (RFP) for nationwide low-level and mixed low-level waste treatment services. The agency could award …
New United Kingdom Defense Strategy a ... - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Mar 15, 2021 · The United Kingdom announced today that it will move to increase its total nuclear warhead stockpile ceiling by over 40 percent and reduce transparency about its nuclear arsenal. This is a needless and alarming reversal of the longstanding British policy to reduce the number and role of nuclear weapons. These changes, which are outlined in ...
Expanded Plutonium Pit Production Expensive, Unnecessary ...
Nukewatch.org Expanded Plutonium Pit Production Is Unnecessary • No production is scheduled to maintain the safety & reliability of existing nuclear stockpile. • Up to 20,000 existing pits at the Pantex Plant.
Younger retiring as director of Sandia Labs - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Sep 01, 2019 · Younger told employees at the labs in an email Monday, saying he informed the National Technology and Engineering Solutions Board of Managers of his intent to retire on Dec. 31. “The Board is actively engaged in a systematic search for …
Nuclear Weapons Complex: Savannah River Site
Nukewatch.org Sources: Transforming the U.S. Strategic Posture and Weapons Complex For Transition to a Nuclear Weapons-Free World, Nuclear Weapons Complex Consolidation Policy Network, April 2009. The members of the Nuclear Weapons Complex Consolidation …
UN Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org UN Adopts Treaty To Prohibit Nuclear Weapons. The treaty prohibits nations from developing, testing, producing, manufacturing, transferring, possessing, stockpiling, using or threatening to use nuclear weapons. It also prohibits them from assisting, encouraging or inducing anyone to …
Dangerous chromium plume closer to Los Alamos County well ...
Nukewatch.org Dangerous chromium plume closer to Los Alamos County well. June 25, 2019. June 25, 2019. Chemical contamination more than four times the state limit was detected late last month at the edge of a plume in the aquifer roughly 1,000 feet below Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Kansas City Plant - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Description and Current Mission The Kansas City Plant (KCP) has most of its operations in Missouri, with satellite facilities in Arkansas and New Mexico. The main facility is located on 122 acres of the 300-acre Bannister Federal Complex (BFC), 12 miles south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The BFC is…
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Description and Current Mission The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) is the nation's only deep geologic long-lived radioactive waste repository. Located 26 miles southeast of Carlsbad, New Mexico, WIPP permanently isolates defense-generated transuranic (TRU) waste 2,150 feet underground in an ancient salt formation. WIPP was constructed for disposal of defense-generated…
Expanded Plutonium Pit Production for U.S. Nuclear Weapons
Nukewatch.org Nuclear Watch New Mexico • Plutonium Pit Production • March 2017 Expanded Plutonium Pit Production for U.S. Nuclear Weapons Summary: Plutonium pit production is a chokepoint of resumed U.S. nuclear weapons production.
Atomic Veterans Were Silenced for 50 Years. Now, They’re ...
Nukewatch.org Atomic Veterans Were Silenced for 50 Years. Now, They’re Talking. Nearly everyone who’s seen it and lived to tell the tale describes it the same way: a horrifying, otherworldly thing of ghastly beauty that has haunted their life ever since. “The colors were beautiful,” remembers a man in Morgan Knibbe’s short documentary The Atomic ...
Santa Fe's benefit from LANL coalition ... - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org The city of Santa Fe pays $10,000 a year in contributions to the coalition, alongside other cities and counties in the coalition. The U.S. Department of Energy previously provided $100,000 in grant funds, but the Energy Department’s inspector general in 2019 recommended the federal agency seek reimbursement of up to $300,00 from the coalition ...
Nuclear Weapons Complex: Lawrence Livermore National ...
Nukewatch.org The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is one of two laboratories that have designed every nuclear weapon in the U.S. arsenal. It was founded in 1952, at the behest of Edward Teller and Ernest O. Lawrence, to speed the development of the Hydrogen …
Legacy Nuclear Weapons Maintenance Wastes - NukeWatch NM
Nukewatch.org Mar 27, 2020 · Legacy Nuclear Weapons Maintenance Wastes. March 27, 2020. April 6, 2020. Every base where legacy nuclear weapons (early-generation) were deployed (Bomber, Fighter Interceptor Squadrons (FIS), Nike Ajax, BOMARC Missile, ICBM), were maintained, or decommissioned, is potentially contaminated with highly classified 91 (b) radioactive material (RAM ...
NNSA Los Alamos Field Office ATTN: CMRR Project …
Nukewatch.org 3 Nuclear Watch New Mexico • Added Comments on draft Rad Lab EA • April 27, 2018 FY 2016 6 Total Similarly, funding for PEI1 ends in 2021, the old CMR Building’s end date for AC and MC
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Nukewatch.org The Novel Coronavirus and Nuclear Weapons - “Just as the threat of the new coronavirus must be met by cooperation, common-sense and solidarity among peoples
Nuclear Watch Archives: Ten-Year Site Plans
Nukewatch.org Nuclear Watch New Mexico Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. Here is the NWNM Stipulated order. NNSA Ten-Year Site Plans, FY2016-2025: * Kansas City Plant TYSP. * Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory TYSP. * Los Alamos National Laboratory TYSP. * Nevada Field Office TYSP.
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