Høringssvar fra Boma 28.11.14

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Fra partsindlæg af marinbiolog Joe Ryan:

The following points underscore some of BOMA ́s additional findings from the our analysis of some of the points made by studies funded by the Danish Government related to the risks associated with transportation of the radioactive material from the Risø Depot and the surprising failure of those reports to even mention several critical issues associated with disposing radioactive waste. The points mentioned below and the results from our analysis of other issues associated with the waste disposal process raises serious concerns about the Danish Government ́s lack of objectivity. We are also disappointed that the government has invested our tax monies to finance superficial consultancy reports that ignore key assumptions in their models, fail to take into consideration some of the most critical risks in those models and the radioactive waste disposal and that lack the necessary robustness that is required to protect the present generation and those who are not yet born.

We also find it appalling that the Danish taxpayers are put in a situation in which they now are thinking of having to spent their own personal funds to look for an objective and neutral analysis of the studies funded with our tax monies, in order to get the attention of the Danish Government and the EU about the serious technical, administrative and procedural errors in the government ́s efforts to ensure that waste is buried in the country ́s poorer kommune ́s that already face serious socio-economic problems.

Our points and the associated questions that are relevant to our findings are outlined below:


Sundhedsstyrelsen ́s RADTRAN Transportation Risk Model 


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Anne Albinus,
29. nov. 2014 19.59
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Anne Albinus,
29. nov. 2014 20.00
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Anne Albinus,
29. nov. 2014 19.59
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Anne Albinus,
29. nov. 2014 19.59
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