Nuclear Cycle Contamination in New Mexico

1940s plutonium processing facility

New Mexico has a unique combination of many aspects of the nuclear fuel cycle from uranium mining to uranium enrichment for nuclear power; weapons manufacturing to weapons testing; deconversion and testing of depleted uranium; storage and disposal of nuclear waste; and finally nuclear and chemical contamination of the water, air, land and people.

NGOs Working to Prevent Nuclear Cycle Contamination
Amigos Bravos – www.amigosbravos.org/
Bluewater Valley Downstream Alliance – http://bvdownstreamalliance.org/
Citizen Action New Mexico – http://www.radfreenm.org/
Citizens for Alternatives to Radioactive Dumping – http://www.cardnm.org/
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety – http://www.nuclearactive.org
Dineh Bidziil Coalition
Eastern Navajo Diné Against Uranium Mining (ENDAUM) Honor Our Pueblo Existence
Laguna-Acoma Coalition for a Safe Environment
Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE) – http://masecoalition.org/
New Mexico Environmental Law Center – http://www.nmenvirolaw.org/
Nuclear Watch New Mexico – http://www.nukewatch.org
Partnership for Earth Spirituality – http://www.earthspirituality.org/
Post-71 Uranium Workers Committee – http://www.post71exposure.org/
Southwest Research and Information Center – www.sric.org
Stop the War Machine – http://www.stopthewarmachine.org/
Tewa Women United – http://tewawomenunited.org/
TEWA – Tewa Environmental Watch Alliance
Think Outside the Bomb
Tularosa Basin Downwinders ConsortiumWestern Mining Action Network – http://wman-info.org/

 


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Nuclear Cycle Contamination in New Mexico — 2 Comments

  1. Please can you help me obtain a better and bigger image of the maps. I am moving to the area and would like to know how dangerous the water and land issues are. Thank you for your reply.

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