Vermont seeks to shutter nuke plant
We think it's a mistake to site anything that close to the Great Lakes that has the potential to leak and eventually reach the water As Vermont lawmakers attempt to pull a nuclear plants license, conservation groups in Michigan are voicing their fears that a proposed nuclear waste dump in Canada will be too close to Lake Huron.
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#1 Apr 25, 2011
#2 Apr 25, 2011
.. 1,640 feet underground for low- and mid-level nuclear waste,
The Detroit News reported. It would be located near Kincardine, Ontario,
which probably sits just north of Guelph & maybe unfortunate in that it sits on top of a permeable aquifer called the Guelph Amabel Aquifer
This aquifer is formed by limestone/dolomite bedrock ...
which is about 55 miles east of Michigan across Lake Huron.
The waste would include such things as protective ...
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