Hunters Point Shipyard Residents Face No Radiation Risk, State Says

From: SF Weekly

“State public health officials are once again seeking to assure residents of on a segment of the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard embroiled in a fraudulent cleanup that the there are no radiation risks. Calls for retesting of Parcel A-1, where more than 300 homes sit, came after environmental watchdog group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility revealed that up to 97 percent of soil samples gathered by a remediation contractor Tetra Tech may have been falsified or manipulated. The California Department of Public Health, which provided weekly updates as it surveyed the site from July to October, announced Friday that “results to do have found no radiation health or safety risks” on the parcel.”

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