Watch our talk with Dr. Edwin Lyman
During our First Friday webinar Feb. 3, a safety expert presented a sobering assessment of security Southern California Edison's nuclear waste dump at San Onofre.
Edison's protection of the 3.6 million pounds of deadly waste is inadequate, said Dr. Edwin Lyman, Director of Nuclear Power Safety for the Union of Concerned Scientists, in large part because the storage facility is located so close to publicly-accessible beaches, parkland and roads.
Lyman argued for beefed up physical barriers, surveillance, intrusion detection and response.
We appreciate Dr. Lyman's participation and that of our moderator, Dr. Peter Andersen.