The Government's plan to dump 5,800 tonnes of radioactive waste at Kemps Creek is on public exhibition. Now is your chance to have your say.
To make a submission, simply open the attached document, add your details and send back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will lodge it for you.
If you'd like to make your own submission, please feel free to send something on to the address on the top of our submission
All candidates contesting the Penrith City Council elections have been asked to sign a pledge to oppose the dumping of radioactive waste at Kemps Creek.
All candidates that sign the pledge will have their pledges available for viewing on this website here.
At the 2011 State Election Barry O'Farrell and his Liberals told us they would not allow the dumping of radioactive waste from Sydney's North Shore in Western Sydney at Kemps Creek.
On Friday 14 October 2011 the O'Farrell Government revealed that they had intended to send this waste out of their heartland to Western Sydney the whole time.
The NSW Liberals told us they wouldn't dump this material in Western Sydney to get our votes. Now they've revealed it was their plan all along to dump it in our backyard.
They said they would make NSW Number 1 again and they treat Western Sydney like we are second class.