Mud-dump­ing li­cence should be sus­pended

South Wales Echo - - Your Views - Email: eclet­ters@waleson­line.co.uk Twit­ter: @WalesOn­line Face­book: face­book.com/WalesOn­line Post: Me­dia Wales, 6 Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR

WHY is the Welsh Assem­bly al­low­ing the dump­ing of nu­clear mud in the area of Cardiff Grounds?

Why won’t they sus­pend the li­cence for this ac­tiv­ity, what are they scared of if they say it is safe and no dan­ger to the pub­lic not to al­low fur­ther test­ing of the mud by in­de­pen­dent an­a­lysts?

If it is that safe, as they say, are there any Assem­bly Mem­bers will­ing to have a few bar­row­ful loads dumped in their gar­dens?

Fur­ther­more as it is EDF, a French con­trac­tor, that is re­spon­si­ble for ar­rang­ing the trans­porta­tion of this mud why haven’t they ar­ranged for the dump­ing to take place fur­ther out to sea away from the pos­si­bil­ity of con­tam­i­na­tion?

We the pub­lic of Wales have long mem­o­ries and will not for­get the Assem­bly Mem­bers who have pushed through this dump­ing li­cence.

Elec­tions could oc­cur in the near fu­ture so watch out there will be a nu­clear vote and there will be a lot of Assem­bly Mem­bers dumped. Ray Shad­dick Pen­twyn, Cardiff

We will not for­get the Assem­bly Mem­bers who have pushed through this dump­ing li­cence Ray Shad­dick Pen­twyn

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