Dear DNR,

This is what you put out to the public as “contents” of the failing salt dome in Napoleonville, Louisiana on Aug. 13, 2012. From your Data Sampling web page.

You KNOW there is a LAW that you must reveal to the public pollutants and toxic materials stored in state sanctioned facilities.  NONE of the 53 caverns on the list show radioactive waste. You know that is untrue. Many companies are moving products around and replacing products with other products.

Are you sure you don’t want to amend this list?

SEE – Myriad of Caverns with Explosive LPG at Bayou Corne May be WORSE than Butane
When highly toxic “NORM” and/or “TENORM” was placed into the caverns where did the transport containers and vehicles wind up?  Were they tested for radioactivity? Were the drivers?


And Dr. Ratard (at DHH)

Are you SURE you don’t want to amend this declaration that “NORM” (rad waste) doesn’t pose ANY health risk?

You are saying that in a government document you are responsible for. That  assessment  may come under review by public advocates and/or criminal investigators.

3 thoughts on “Dear DNR,

  1. I’m curious to know what percentage of the radioactive material is in privately owned wells verses the “orphaned wells”. Maybe some year when I have the time I could go through all the historic well files on Sonris and figure it out, but it’s a good question.

    Something about these “Orphaned wells” they’re like Foster Children of the state. Do we expect the state to sue themselves for not protecting these so called “Orphans”.

    I don’t know what it is about these Orphaned wells, but mark my words, they’re valuable to the businesses conducting themselves in a less than… shall we say “admirable” manner? pfffffft

    • I think old wells decay … the casing cracks and they leak. I think Matt Simmons said it a video before his murder.

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