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Energy Coast Nuclear Laundry – 2019
Google Map image captured 2009 of the site now a nuclear laundry next to Wulfsport International.
See you at the Lookout Clock in Workington on Saturday 8th June from 1pm – add your name to the Official Complaint about this New Nuclear Laundry
People may have seen local press coverage about the new nuclear laundry which has set up shop on the Lillyhall Business Park. Allerdale Borough Council have washed their hands of any responsibility for this dirty nuclear laundry saying that planning permission was not necessary as the site (near to an industrial bakery, cafe and college) was already a laundry.
Radiation Free Lakeland are asking Allerdale residents to join them in making a complaint about the lack of planning scrutiny over Workington’s new nuclear laundry. The complaint will be made to the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman and states: “Allerdale and neighbouring Copeland residents…
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