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Town hall meeting held regarding nuclear waste burial


Last updated 3/10/2017 at Noon

A San Diego watchdog group brought awareness of a potential nuclear waste burial at a nearby beach to the attention of Fallbrook residents during a town hall meeting March 4 at Hilltop Center for Spiritual Living.

According to the group Public Watchdogs, Southern California Edison (SCE) has a permit to bury millions of pounds of nuclear waste on the beach at San Onofre State Park.

The waste is intended to be stored in ⅝" thick steel drums that have a design life of 60 years, but with a manufacturer’s warranty for only 25 years. The current burial date is set for Saturday, Jan. 13, 201...

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