The NFLA believes the fallout area could cover the length of Ireland.
The NFLA has been campaigning against the British Government developing new nuclear reactors.
does welcome the desire for developing energy efficiency and local micro-generation projects by the new Government.
CND informed the NFLA Wales Secretariat, currently based at Rhondda Cynon Taff County Council.
According to CND, which has re-launched its Bridgend group, the NFLA has 100 member councils, including 16 out of the 22 local authorities in Wales.
The NFLA believes nuclear power is a risky and expensive red herring to the solution of energy security and combating climate change.
Baillie George Regan, NFLA Chair, c/o NFLA Secretariat, Manchester Town Hall
believes that nuclear power is a risky and expensive red herring to the solution of energy security and combating climate change.
The concerns over the shipment of radioactive MOX fuel, made on November 15, surfaced in an open letter to First Minister Rhodri Morgan from the chair of the Wales NFLA Forum, Newport councillor Glyn Jarvis.
NFLA members have urged the First Minister to call on Westminster ministers to ban the Atlantic Osprey from carrying future radioactive cargoes.