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Protect the Great Lakes & St. Lawrence River from radioactive material

March 3rd, 2016 | Posted by admin

Save The River / Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper has joined over 100 groups to protect the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River from radioactive material.

The Lakes and River are at risk because of the high concentrations of nuclear industry, combined with the fact that these radioactive materials are currently not being monitored in a comprehensive way. Today more than 100 organizations from around the Great Lakes are calling on the Canadian and American governments to list radionuclides as a “chemical of mutual concern” under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.

“A healthy St. Lawrence River is essential to our area”, said Lee Willbanks, ED/RK, “and there is no question that radionuclides are a threat to it. We don’t know enough about the comprehensive levels and impacts of these compounds, and this designation will help us learn more and better protect our freshwater.”

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