CNTA

Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness
 

1204 Whiskey Rd, Suite B
Aiken, SC 29803-4318
(803) 649-3456
cnta@bellsouth.net


Up and Atom Breakfast August 30th

The August 30th breakfast meeting features Mr. Tom Stellman of TIP Strategies and Dr. Simon Medcalfe of Augusta University, presenting "SRS Economic Impact Study."

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High School Essay Contest Winners

Four area high school seniors each earned a $1,000 cash prize in the 2017 CNTA High School Essay Contest .

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CNTA Speaker's Bureau Launches

The CNTA Speaker's Bureau announces a broad slate of offerings of talks for public events and outreach.

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High School Video Contest Winner

Winner of the inaugural contest is a video "Nuclear Truths" by eight students from Richmond County Technical Careers Magnet School

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About Us: CNTA Overview

In 1991, a handful of citizens and a few companies in the Central Savannah River Area of South Carolina and Georgia banded together to form a nonprofit, grassroots organization that would be pro-nuclear and proud of it. We carry out educational programs to provide factual information about the benefits and risks of nuclear technologies and the Savannah River Site.

Our other major objective is to sensitize elected officials and the public to the need to acquire new missions for the Savannah River Site at Aiken, South Carolina, a major component of the United State's nuclear defense production complex.  CNTA advocates specific new missions that will keep SRS viable well into the 21st century.

From this small beginning, CNTA has become an organization with more than 400 individual members (and growing). Our corporate members include world-class companies such as Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Savannah River Remediation, B&W Technologies, CB&I AREVA MOX Services, the Centerra-SRS Team, and others who recognize the importance of CNTA programs.



Radiation: The Facts

Click on the following file, courtesy of Robert Hargraves, to see a short summary
of some basic facts of radiation, and the conclusion: "Radiation is safe within limits."

Radiation Eye
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PREVIOUS NEWS ITEMS

News: Annual Report

The 2016 CNTA Annual Report is available. See link.


Announcement: Langton is Distinguished Scientist

Dr. Christine Langton of Savannah River National Laboratory is the 2016 winner of the Fred C. Davison Distinguished Scientist Award. See link.


Announcement: Cole is Robert Maher Scholarship Winner

Mr. Samuel Cole, Jr. of South Carolina State University is the winner of the 2017/2018 Robert Maher Memorial Scholarship. See link.


Event: Southeastern Summer Nuclear Institute

Initial information is posted for the 2017 SSNI, planned for June 20-June 22, 2017. See link.


Event: Teller Lecture and Banquet

The 25th annual Edward Teller Lecture and Banquet proceeded successfully October 19, featuring guest speaker Dr. Siegfried (Sig) Hecker, Stanford Frofessor and Emeritus Director of Los Alamos National Laboratory. See link.


Event: CNTA 25th Anniversary Drop-In

CNTA celebrated its 25th anniversary with an open drop-in event on Monday, December 5. See link.


Announcement: High School Essay Contest Winners

Four great essays were selected as winners in the 2016 contest, by Reid DeMass (Aiken High School), Devin Fulmer-Key (Breezy Hill Homeschool Academy), Reagan Glover (North Augusta High School), and Joshua Yates (Silver Bluff High School). See link.


Event: Southeastern Summer Nuclear Institute

The 2016 SSNI on June 15-17 enthralled and entertained middle and high school teachers in Georgia, South Carolina, and other states. See link.


Event: 2016 CNTA Golf Tournament

The 14th Annual event provided delights and frustrations on May 6th at Houndslake Country Club in Aiken SC. See link.


Feature: CNTA's "Nuclear Facts" Videos

CNTA is proud to introduce a new section of the website, featuring videos and other media presentations related to our mission. Check out the new "Videos" section by clicking on the button to the left.




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