Greenpeace has complained that EDF Energy, which owns the power station at Hinkley Point, has misrepresented the Greenpeace position on the dredging of mud from the Hinkley site and its disposal off the south Wales coast. EDF says the mud poses no risk and Natural Resources Wales says it is safe, but local campaigners are demanding more tests are done. Disposal of the mud began on Monday, September 10. On Wednesday this week Greenpeace released a statement demanding that EDF stops stating that Greenpeace accepts the mud isn’t ‘toxic’. A Greenpeace spokesman said: “We request in the strongest terms that EDF ceases from stating that Greenpeace accepts that the mud is not toxic as that is not our current view.
Glamorgan Gem 13th Sept 2018 read more »
Unite has agreed a deal with the joint venture partner behind the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant build that employee members on the project will continue working if anyone is killed during construction.
IOSH 14th Sept 2018 read more »