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“If you surf along the coast of Southern California, you’re likely aware that Southern California Edison is working to transport large amounts of spent nuclear fuel from the now-offline San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) into onsite dry-cask storage.
The storage area, which sits only a 100 feet from the shoreline, is in the process of being filled with 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste, which is a shit-ton of nuclear waste and worrisome to many who frequent San O’s crumbly peaks—not to mention the many residents of nearby San Clemente.
That’s why Sarah Brady, SoCal logger and Environmental Research Associate and Community Organizer for the Committee to Bridge the Gap, and her friend Taylor Altenbern are working to raise awareness of the issue and help give other surfers a voice in the matter. Brady recently created a pre-drafted written letter that people can sign and send to the California State Lands Commission (CSLC).”