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Radioactive Waste Action in Brussels 

Radioactive Waste Action in Brussels 

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Greenpeace activists and radiation specialists deliver radioactive waste to the door of the European Union Parliament building to remind MEPs in their last plenary session before considering a new nuclear waste law that there is no solution to nuclear waste. The nuclear waste, secured in two concrete and lead-lined containers, was collected from unsecured public locations (Sellafield beach in the UK; the seabed at la Hague in France; the banks of the Molse Nete River in Belgium; and from the uranium mining village of Akokan in Niger). 
Radioactive Waste Action in Brussels
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