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Groups file Petition with NRC to shut down Pilgrim during UWUA local 369 strike
Pilgrim Watch, Jones River Watershed Association, Pilgrim Coalition, and Freeze Pilgrim petition the NRC to shut Pilgrim down pending resolution of labor dispute that is fully satisfactory to workers in order to protect public health and safety and to assure that workers are treated fairly.…Keep reading →
Entergy employs 422 workers at Pilgrim.
Recently, 380 workers in Local 369, Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, voted to strike if a contract isn’t reached by May 15, 2012. Nearly all 380 employees are in high-level roles.
Taking Pilgrim off-line permanently does not mean immediate job loss.
A large work force will be needed to decommission, a process that would take at least 7 years.…Keep reading →
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Jones River Watershed Association, Inc. (JRWA) and Pilgrim Watch (PW) today filed a third legal challenge in front of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to Entergy’s once-cooling water withdrawals and pollution of Cape Cod Bay.…Keep reading →
Massachusetts Senate President Therese Murray, state Rep. Tom Calter, and state Rep. Vinny deMacedo ask the NRC once more to consider lessons learned from Fukushima in granting Pilgrim a new license.
As the NRC moves into the final weeks of the relicensing process for Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, Plymouth’s state delegation is taking one last shot at getting their points across about safety at the 40-year-old plant.…Keep reading →