Leak at Pickering nuclear plant poses...

Leak at Pickering nuclear plant poses no threat: OPG

There are 1 comment on the CTV.ca story from Mar 16, 2011, titled Leak at Pickering nuclear plant poses no threat: OPG. In it, CTV.ca reports that:

The president for the Canadian Community for Nuclear Responsibility says the water leak at the Pickering power plant shouldn't ever happen because the water comes from the spent fuel bay, where they store irradiated fuel from past years of operation.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Mar 17, 2011
... reactors. Ontario has three nuclear power plants, one in Pickering and another in Darlington.

The last plant, in Kincardine,


is the second-biggest facility of its kind in the world. Comment?


Related Topix: Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Energy, Pickering, ON, Ontario, Energy

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