Antinuclear

Australian news, and some related international items

In fealty to the global nuclear industry, the Liberals line up the nuclear dump site, amendments to law, deepwater port

Tim Bickmore shared a post. 16 Dec 19
 The lame ducks are now aligning:

1. Kimba = ‘Napandee’ to be announced by Canavan as the National radioactive Suppository in January;

2. Very shortly, ANSTO & ARPANSA will say that they cannot implement the recommendations from the nuclear energy select committee unless the Environment Conservation & Biodiversity Act is amended ~ so the Libs will attempt to cripple that legislation. Once they achieve that, then

3. This deep water port connected by rail to Kimba will allow not only the shipment of Australian, but also the importation of international waste……

Infrastructure Minister Michael McCormack has announced $25.6 million today to support the development of a multi-commodity deepwater port at Cape Hardy in Eyre Peninsula.
Cape Hardy is an approved multi-commodity port that will enable multiple industries to share infrastructure, resources and other costs, reducing duplication and increasing global competitiveness.

Through connection to the national rail and road network, Cape Hardy will become an internationally significant intermodal hub for agriculture, mining, and energy investment that can drive the region’s economy into the next century.
https://minister.infrastructure.gov.au/mccormack/media-release/25-million-support-cape-hardy-port-precinct?utm_source=miragenews&utm_medium=miragenews&utm_campaign=news

December 16, 2019 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, Federal nuclear waste dump, politics

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