commemorating Tricastin


On the occasion of the current protests over here in Germany against a castor transport of nuclear waste from La Hague to the rather unsecure nuclear waste storage unit at Gorleben* I’d like to commemorate the lately average at Tricasin.

*(see also reports about a nuclear waste storage facility in a salt mine called Asse II, which has to be closed due to leakage)

2 Responses to “commemorating Tricastin”

  1. bonbon Says:

    o what happened to the image? – isnt that the image from the Tricastin entry?

  2. nad Says:

    unfortunately the Tricastin entry was written on thermal paper so it has been yellowing a bit in the meantime…;)

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