3.6 million pounds of highly radioactive nuclear waste at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station near San Diego are currently in the process of being buried on the beach, just 100 feet from the ocean and a mere few feet above the water table.
Send in a message to your elected officials and demand a better solution: move nuclear waste off the beach to a new, above-ground concrete-reinforced temporary storage facility located further east in Camp Pendleton—where it can be protected from sea level rise and potential terrorist attack. Read More
Santa Cruz Waves Magazine wrote an article and made a mino documentary about the nuclear at San Onofre featuring Sarah Brady and Committee to Bridge the Gap. Read More
Sarah was a co-authour of Committee to Bridge the Gap’s Official comment on the Draft Envronmental Impact Report for Decomissioning San Onofre in August 2018. The comment calls for safer storage of San Onofre’s nuclear waste on higher ground. Read More
SURFER magazine posted an article about Sarah’s efforts to get San Onofre’s nuclear waste moved to higher ground Read More
Watch Sarah deliver a public comment to the Community Engagement Panel on Decomissioning San Onofre on June 27th, 2018. Read More