Nuclear Waste Dump in SA Opposition

Published: 27 Feb 2020

 A Bill to enable the Federal Government to create a nuclear waste dump in the South Australian town of Kimba is currently before the Federal Parliament. This is enabling legislation for Australia’s first dedicated radioactive waste facility and there is a clear community expectation for the most rigorous process and assessment. The MUA has long opposed the creation of a nuclear waste dump in South Australia and Branch Secretary Jamie Newlyn wrote to all Federal Labor MPs and Senators outlining his reasons why the Bill should not be passed. Read the full letter here.


Authorised by P Crumlin, Maritime Union of Australia, Sydney