Two outstanding questions about decommissioning are how much residual radioactive and hazardous waste will remain onsite and will Pilgrim’s owner have enough money to properly do the job? To keep our communities safer both during and after decommissioning, it is important that whoever owns Pilgrim meets the goals set forth below. The pending petitions of the Commonwealth and Pilgrim Watch to intervene in Entergy’s request to transfer all of its licenses and liability to Holtec may help. But we all need to do our part.
Please endorse the Pilgrim Decommissioning Safety Campaign based on the platform below (only for organizations)(Individuals wishing to support this should ask their favorite organization to endorse, or join an endorsing organization.)
Questions about the form can be directed to email@example.comQuestions on policy should be directed to Pilgrim Watch
Local to the power plant:Pilgrim WatchPilgrim Legislative Advisory CoalitionPilgrim CoalitionOn Behalf of Planet EarthDown Cape WindersCape Downwinders Cooperative 350 Martha's Vineyard IslandPlymouth Area League of Women VotersIndivisible PlymouthSix Ponds Improvement AssociationSouth Eastern Massachusetts Pine Barrens Alliance
Beyond Plymouth County and Cape:Greater Boston Physicians for Social ResponsibilityFore River Residents Against the Compressor StationBoston Clean Energy CoalitionSustainable MiddleboroughGreenRoots Chelsea