No Nuclear Waste Dump for SA

The Federal Government has selected South Australia for their national nuclear waste dump - targetting Barndioota in the Flinders Ranges and Kimba on the Eyre Peninsula. 

This is on top of the South Australian Nuclear Royal Commission having recently promoted South Australia as the World's high level radioactive waste dumping ground. 

Constructing a nuclear waste dump in SA is currently illegal and the Greens want it to stay this way. 

Radioactive waste is not only dangerous for hundreds of thousands of years, but its storage can never be 100% foolproof.

Exposure to radiation can cause serious health problems - including cancer, cardiovascular disease, emphysema and cataracts - and if it enters the soil can contaminate our food and water.

The South Australian Government must enforce our laws and stop nuclear waste being dumped in SA.

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Who's signing

Erinne Haitana
Bernadette Freeth
Kelsey Dunstone
Loretta Morandin
Michael Gordon
Libby Stalley
Philip Stalley-Gordon
Will Fox
Bibijana Medved
Penelope Main
Margaret Eckermann
Rebecca Tofsted
Michele Strong
Melina Healey
Chelsea Parsons
Adrian Sholson
Kevin Eatts
Janet Tiller
Maureen Buursma
Bernadette Fennell
Rich Bowden
Belinda Chinnery
Jo-Anne Waters
Madeline Ramsey
Matthew Quinn
Teresa Harris
Kelly Richardson
Meg Backhouse

We residents of South Australia, call on the Marshall Liberal Government to enforce the Nuclear Waste Storage Facility (Prohibition) Act 2000, to prevent a nuclear waste dump in South Australia.

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