Safe Energy

Issue | Health Care

Fighting The High Cost Of Rx Drugs

Brand-name drug companies have been paying off generic drug makers to delay competition and keep prices high. This widespread pay-for-delay scheme needs to be put to an end. 

News Release | NJPIRG | Safe Energy

Court Recognizes Spent Fuel Safety Threat

“We’re pleased the Court recognized that nuclear waste storage poses a significant health and safety threat and the NRC’s storage rules demand further scrutiny.”

"Spent fuel storage is a very real problem for New Jerseyans and Governor Christie was right to challenge the NRC."

News Release | NJPIRG | Safe Energy

NJPIRG Statement on the Resignation of NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko

“We are deeply concerned by Chairman Gregory Jaczko’s resignation from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.”

Nuclear Power and the Threat to Drinking Water

In the United States, 49 million Americans receive their drinking water from surface sources located within 50 miles of an active nuclear power plant.

Media Hit | Safe Energy

Report: Water of millions in peril from nuclear plants

Nearly 3.3 million New Jerseyans drink water from supplies at risk of contamination if there’s a leak or accident at a nuclear plant.

Media Hit | Safe Energy

McKeon Calls for Stronger Safeguards To Protect Barnegat Bay & Delaware River From Radioactive Contamination

Assemblyman John F. McKeon, a long-standing advocate of nuclear safety, called for the immediate implementation of some of the safety protocols and safeguards recommended in the report released Tuesday, on the threat to drinking water from radioactive leaks from nuclear facilities.

News Release | NJPIRG Law and Policy Center | Safe Energy

Nuclear Power Plants Threaten Drinking Water for Over 3.2 Million New Jerseyans

The drinking water for 3,286,373 people in New Jersey could be at risk of radioactive contamination from a leak or accident at a local nuclear power plant, says a new study released today by the New Jersey Public Interest Research Group Law & Policy Center and the Environment New Jersey Research and Policy Center.

Report | NJPIRG Law and Policy Center | Safe Energy

Too Close to Home

In the United States, 49 million Americans receive their drinking water from surface sources located within 50 miles of an active nuclear power plant – inside the boundary the Nuclear Regulatory Commission uses to assess risk to food and water supplies. 

Issue | Safe Energy

Campaign for Safe Energy

For decades, NJPIRG has campaigned against nuclear power. It's inherently dangerous, potentially catastrophic, and a terrible investment for our country.

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