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Old 30-09-2018, 05:53 PM   #1
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Default The Lake District’s freshwater is “Safeguarding National Security” Shh

New Horizons St. Anne’s were delighted to introduce Marianne Birkby from Radiation Free Lakeland.

The Lake District’s freshwater is “Safeguarding National Security” Shh!

Tens of millions of gallons of water a day over the last 70 years have been used to cool nuclear wastes made near Preston and ‘stored’ at Sellafield… who knew?

The Nuclear Industry has first and last dibs on our precious fresh water.
According to the former National Rivers Authority – now the Environment Agency – Sellafield used 97 million litres of fresh water (25 million gallons) a day in 1993.

Compare this with the Fracking industry’s admittedly shocking water use: Cuadrilla said that Fracking the two wells at Preston New Road, which is now expected to take place in late August or early September, would use up to 32,500 litres.

That's a lot of water and quite rightly NGOs have been flagging this up. The silence has however been deafening over the far greater and ongoing freshwater use by the nuclear industry.

Radiation Free Lakeland were keen to find out what the freshwater situation is today.

Following Freedom of Information requests to track down this information, it was so heavily blacked out as to be illegible. But, what we can see through the redactions is mind-boggling...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogeKk9b-yjY
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