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Coastal Commission unanimously OKs plan to remove San Onofre nuclear plant domes via abc10news

By: Mimi Elkalla

(KGTV) – The California Coastal Commission has unanimously approved a plan that includes removing the twin reactor domes at the San Onofre nuclear power plant.

In a meeting Thursday, with members of the public in attendance, the commission approved Southern California Edison’s project, which is part of an effort to fully decommission the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS).

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Many people say they are concerned about the spent nuclear waste removal, and there have been a number of lawsuits over concerns about the 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste and where that will go during this process. Activists filed a motion earlier this month where SoCal Edison would be obligated to remove the waste to a safe, more inland location.

The demolition project on land owned by the U.S. Navy would take up to a decade to complete.

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