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Nancy Lennon:: ensure that key environmental laws are applied to National National Radioactive Waste Management Act

Nancy Lennon  National Radioactive Waste Management Amendment (Site Specification, Community Fund and Other Measures) Bill 202 [Provisions] Submission 66 

I respectfully request your rejection of the federal governments proposed changes to the National Radioactive
Waste Management Act.

The government has not made a clear case about the need for the planned national facility at Kimba. Moving
radioactive waste across long distances is extremely hazardous and completely unnecessary. This waste is
presently managed near the site it is generated at Lucas Heights, and it should remain stored in that area.

In particular, I am requesting you to remove options for judicial review of the government’s site selection
under current laws. Rather, please ensure that the key environmental and cultural heritage protection laws are
applied to any future changes in the NRWM Act.

May 28, 2020 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, Federal nuclear waste dump

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