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Entergy Water Pollution at Pilgrim Nuclear Is Subject of Federal Notice of Intent to Sue for $831 Million In Penalties

Entergy Water Pollution at Pilgrim Nuclear Is Subject of Federal Notice of Intent to Sue for $831 Million In Penalties

PLYMOUTH, MA — Entergy Corporation could be could be liable for up to $831,325,000.00 in civil penalties for polluting Cape Cod Bay at its Pilgrim nuclear reactor. According to a letter sent to the company and federal officials on October 5, 2012 by local residents, since 1996, there have been 33,253 violations of the federal Clean Water Act at the Pilgrim station.…

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Legislators Speak Up

Legislators Speak Up

July 27, 2012: Letter from Senator James Eldridge to JRWA & Pilgrim Watch leaders

May 7, 2012: Letter from Governor Deval Patrick to NRC

May 4, 2012: Letter from Senator Therese Murray and State Reps. Vinny deMacedo & Tom Calter to NRC

May 4, 2012: Letter from Congressmen Edward Markey and William Keating to NRC

May 3, 2012: Letter from Senator Dan Wolf to NRC

May 29, 2012: Letter from Senator Dan Wolf to NRC

May 3, 2012: Letter from State Rep.

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Charges Against ‘Pilgrim 14’ Move Forward

Charges Against ‘Pilgrim 14’ Move Forward

A judge has decided to move forward on civil disobedience charges filed against 14 Cape Cod residents arrested during a protest outside Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in May.

Wednesday afternoon, a Plymouth judge decided to move forward with civil disobedience charges against 14 Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station protestors.

The charges stem from a May 20 protest outside Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.…

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NRC caves, Entergy wins… for now.

NRC caves, Entergy wins… for now.

Despite outstanding contentions on safety and environmental issues; ongoing damage to humans and the marine resources of Cape Cod Bay; critical needs for safety upgrades and improved storage of on-site high-level radioactive waste; lingering worker issues; and plain old commonsense and reason — the NRC issued an outdated and ill-conceived license for Pilgrim to continue to operate for the next twenty years.…

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Goodbye Entergy-Louisiana

Goodbye Entergy-Louisiana

While Pilgrim was in the middle of a shut down due to a cooling system malfunction, the NRC decided it was time to reissue the 20 year operating license. This is an outrage, and groups vow to continue the fight against the dangerous, polluting reactor in Plymouth.

“Sometimes equipment doesn’t operate as you would hope.” — Entergy spokesman Jack Alexander, Entergy Manager of Government Affairs (in State House News Service, Andy Metzger, May 23, 2012)

Well, that about says it, Jack!…

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