South Australia is on the frontline of nuclear waste proposals, with plans for both national and international radioactive waste dumps in the state.

national day of action is happening on October 15 – join an event that’s already planned or organise your own.


hand symbol_internet National Radioactive Waste Management Facility

Only one site is left under consideration to host the national radioactive waste management facility; Wallerberdina Station in the Barndioota region of South Australia.

Traditional Owners and neighbours are strongly opposed and momentum is building for a local, regional and statewide campaign.

Join the Facebook group and sign the online petition to stop the national radioactive waste dump being built on Adnyamathanha land in SA.

hand symbol_internet International nuclear waste dump

The South Australian nuclear Royal Commission has recommended an international nuclear dump be established as soon as possible in the state!

Join the South Australian No Dump Alliance to say that SA is too good to waste.

The SA No Dump Alliance launched in Adelaide on May 16.

Visit the website and check out the ‘take action’ page. You can join the Alliance as an individual or organisation or use the resources there to get involved in the campaign.


Don't Dump on SA