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Nuclear waste will be a burden, especially financially, to the people of Kimba and Hawker

Paul Waldon  Fight To Stop Nuclear Waste Dump In Flinders Ranges SA, September 7 Kimba, Hawker, don’t have power don’t even have a strong voice or economic clout, so do you think the government will guarantee a nuclear income to oversee the rolling stewardship of the radioactive wastes that will eventually belong to any unwilling community?

If the government was going to it right with deep geological excavation and billions of dollars spent for the storage of such radioactive wastes, don’t you think that their investment would fail to show returns. However there are two other ways to show return on such investment and that is to embrace other countries atomic wastes with the hope the clients keep paying for the storage, or the second is to extract Plutonium from the waste and try to sell it to a dying nuclear market.

Remember the failed Charles McCombie plan made more money from the South Australian taxpayers than what a community would see from a federal governments brigandage of the Flinders or Eyre Peninsula.

Nuclear waste is NOT a rainmaker for any community, it’s a burden. “We say NO.”

September 8, 2019 - Posted by | General News

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