Sediment and mud set to be dumped off Cardiff Bay after being taken from near a disused nuclear plant is safe, officials have said. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has finished assessing sample results taken from a new power plant construction site at Hinkley Point in Somerset. It said independent experts found the chemical and radiological results were within “acceptable, safe limits”. EDF Energy said last year the project was not harmful to the environment. But the Hinkley C power plant building project has prompted concerns by campaigners. It includes dredging mud and sediment from the seabed in the Bristol Channel near the decommissioned Hinkley Point A and B and disposing of it just over a mile out to sea from Cardiff Bay.
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