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Mission

What you can do today!

1. Contact Governor Maura Healey and urge her to enforce state environmental laws to stop Holtec’s evaporation of the radioactive wastewater. Click here to get started!

 

2. Contact your state senator and representative to make a public statement to support NO EVAPORATION.

Click here to get started!

 

3. Sign and share the petition to stop the evaporation. 

 

4. Attend the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel held at Plymouth Town Hall to speak out for a clean environment supported by government policy 3.25.24.

 

https://www.mass.gov/info-details/nuclear-decommissioning-citizens-advisory-panel-

NDCAP Meeting Testimonies

NDCAP Meeting Testimonies

NDCAP Meeting Testimonies
Ryan Collins delivers a portion of 200,000 of his Change.org petition signatures at 3.27.23 NDCAP Meeting

Ryan Collins delivers a portion of 200,000 of his Change.org petition signatures at 3.27.23 NDCAP Meeting

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Timothy Bennett Jr. Testifies at 1.21.23 NDCAP Meeting

Timothy Bennett Jr. Testifies at 1.21.23 NDCAP Meeting

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OUR MISSION: KEEP CAPE COD BAY CLEAN

Save Our Bay Ma. is a stakeholder coalition of conservation groups, fishing groups, local leaders, and concerned citizens organized around a single goal: stopping Holtec and/or any of its subsidiaries from releasing or discarding any materials from the closed Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station into Cape Cod Bay or any nearby water source or drainage systems. All the actions taken by our coalition will be to this end.

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station stopped generating electricity on June 1, 2019, and is now being decommissioned.  Pilgrim is now owned by Holtec, a large company based in As part of decommissioning, Holtec, Pilgrim’s current owner, needs to dispose of more than one (1) million gallons of left-over radioactively contaminated water.

 

Holtec has two options: discharge the contaminated water into Cape Cod Bay, or transport the water to an existing off-site radioactive waste facility.

 

Holtec wants to dump the water into Cape Cod Bay, for one simple reason, it’s cheaper. The contaminated water will inevitably flow into Plymouth, Duxbury, and Kingston Bays. The bays are semi-enclosed, and circulation currents tend to keep the water in them. It not quickly flush out and disperse in the ocean, but is likely to end up in the sediments at the bottoms of the bays or beaches. 

Vermont Yankee, a nuclear power plant very much like Pilgrim, will send 2 million gallons of its low-level radioactive wastewater (twice the amount Holtec is contemplating dumping) to an Idaho waste facility rather than discharging it into the Connecticut River. There is no good reason for Holtec not to do the same. 
 

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Events

NDCAP Meeting and SOBMA Rally
Monday, March 25, 2024 

6:30 PM Public Hearing in Great Room

More info about the NDCAP meeting here.

 


 

 


 


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