California EPA Secretary Jared Blumenfeld will discuss cleanup efforts at the Santa Susana Field Lab on February 13 at a meeting of the SSFL Work Group. The SSFL Work Group was founded in 1989 to educate and engage the community, government agencies, and elected officials in the cleanup. The meeting will include a public Q&A with a panel of experts, community members, and elected officials.
Comments on NASA’s Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) for the Santa Susana Field Lab (SSFL) cleanup submitted by the California Dept. of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), Ventura County, Los Angeles County, and the City of Los Angeles opposed NASA’s attempt to walk away from cleaning up most of the contamination on its SSFL property and urged NASA to comply with its legally-binding cleanup agreement.
On November 19th, our 500 Feet and SCLA-PUSH projects, in collaboration with the University of Southern California, we successfully hosted our first “Air Pollution, Community Health, and the Power of Community Science”. This workshop was held at Esperanza Community...
In October 2019, NASA released a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for the cleanup of soil at its portion of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) which proposes breaking out of its agreement to clean up all of its contamination and leaving most of its contamination not cleaned up. Tell NASA it must protect public health and the environment by keeping its word and cleaning up ALL of its contamination!
One Year After Woolsey Fire, Federal Agencies Escalate Efforts to Abandon Cleanup of Contaminated Nuclear Site Where Fire Began
One year after the devastating Woolsey Fire began at and burned most of the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL,) Boeing, the Department of Energy and NASA are pushing forward plans to abrogate cleanup agreements and leave most of the radioactive and chemical contamination on the site unremediated.