LWVSC takes action on nuclear waste management in South Carolina
With the Palmetto State Teachers' Association Board recently voting in favor, The Collaborative Agenda now has support from SCEA, SCASD, SCPTA, LWVSC, and PSTA. SCASA and SCSBA boards meet in December.
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In 1997 Dr. Mary T. Kelly, a chemist and Natural Resources Director for the League of Women Voters of South Carolina, authored a ground-breaking document "The Aging of the Nuclear State: A Survey of South Carolina's Nuclear Utilities", that described the nuclear industry in South Carolina. Dr. Kelly wanted to uncover the facts and particularly to focus public attention on the leaking tanks of neglected high-level waste at what is now called the Savannah River Site (SRS). The purpose of this updated Issue Brief is to carry forward Mary's legacy to inform the public about current nuclear affairs in South Carolina and increase understanding of this critical public health, environmental and economic issue for our state.