how safe is limerick power plant ?

how safe is limerick power plant ?

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Matt

Malvern, PA

#1 Dec 29, 2009
Limerick Generating Station Unit 2 taken off line to repair tube leak. PR Newswire | March 28, 1990

anyone work in there and share some light on this
Bob F

Reading, PA

#2 Jan 21, 2010
LOL! I like the Dramtic post title "how safe is limerick power plant". I think I will post: "Food saftey concerns at Royersford McDOnalds!" I saw them cleaning the Milkshake machine.
PMCPA

Royersford, PA

#3 Jan 25, 2010
Considering it passes all inspections...

Your question is like saying, you had a fuel line leak in your car, and you repaired it. Is it safe?
Mike

Exton, PA

#4 Jan 26, 2010
Personally, I'm more worried about my neighbor and the bonfire he has setup in his driveway firepit than Limerick.
jeff

Doylestown, PA

#5 Jan 26, 2010
As safe as chernobyl was. lol
chris

Royersford, PA

#6 Jan 31, 2010
Its perfectly safe..i work at nuclear power plants all over the world. Limerick is one of the better plants in the country. You will not find plants doing experimental testing like the one that caused the chernobyl incident ever again. The NRC has very strict rules and force the power plants to abide by these rules or they will shut them down and take their keys.
Honey

Royersford, PA

#7 Jun 23, 2010
what a 'tard.
The Green Grocer

Malvern, PA

#8 Jul 14, 2010
I live next to the plant & I have to say I've never seen larger tomatoes than mine on any of my friends plants
Trash Can

Spring City, PA

#9 Jul 14, 2010
limerick is safe,the best power plant in the country. But the mcDonalds in royersford is dangerously dirty.
Head Bump

Malvern, PA

#10 Mar 14, 2011
Any thoughts on this now??? Other than living up wind from the place....
wood chopper

United States

#11 Mar 14, 2011
Take your shoes off when you go to the doctor
oscar

Royersford, PA

#12 Mar 14, 2011
oh man.. I just ate at McDonalds in rofo :(
Felix

Malvern, PA

#13 Mar 15, 2011
Hey Oscar did you fire up your BLUNT afterwards?
barium

Spring City, PA

#14 Mar 15, 2011
eat at joes and watch your belly grow mamma
Soft Stool

Malvern, PA

#15 Mar 15, 2011
I'll only eat therre if they boil the chicken, or bake it while under water in a pan...
Soft Stool

Malvern, PA

#16 Mar 15, 2011
I'll only eat there if they boil the chicken, or bake it while under water in a pan...
oscar

Royersford, PA

#17 Mar 15, 2011
ju no it esse! what up felix? ows it goin mang? is we chillen tonite homes??
twisted C

Spring City, PA

#18 Mar 16, 2011
have your iodine pills ready

“People smell funny.”

Since: Nov 07

East Vincent, PA

#19 Mar 16, 2011
We're all going to die one way or the other. I think it'd be kinda nice to be glowing in the dark when it happens.

I mean, OH NOES EVERYONE PANIC!!1! A NOOCYOOLERR plant halfway across the world lost power because of an earthquake and then lost its backup systems because of the ensuing tsunami! JUST LIKE WHAT HAPPENS HERE ALL THE TIME!!! RUN AND PANIC!!

WAKE UP SHEEPLE!

Seriously, the plant in Limerick is a hell of a lot more safe and throws off a lot less radiation than the coal plant in Chester (and by a lot less, I mean none). No reason to carry on the fear machine. You're all more likely to die in a car wreck on 422 than the plant having a meltdown.
AROD

Wayne, PA

#20 Mar 16, 2011
Mandapants wrote:
We're all going to die one way or the other. I think it'd be kinda nice to be glowing in the dark when it happens.
I mean, OH NOES EVERYONE PANIC!!1! A NOOCYOOLERR plant halfway across the world lost power because of an earthquake and then lost its backup systems because of the ensuing tsunami! JUST LIKE WHAT HAPPENS HERE ALL THE TIME!!! RUN AND PANIC!!
WAKE UP SHEEPLE!
Seriously, the plant in Limerick is a hell of a lot more safe and throws off a lot less radiation than the coal plant in Chester (and by a lot less, I mean none). No reason to carry on the fear machine. You're all more likely to die in a car wreck on 422 than the plant having a meltdown.
You are missing the big picture. Of course the odds are greater getting into a car accident and dieing on Rt 422, than a meltdown at Limerick. But the bad effects of each are what is important. IF a meltdown occurs, more than a few people will die.
I don't worry too much about a meltdown, I worry about the nuclear waste byproducts and the fact that the Feds have no plans on where they will be storing all the spent nuclear waste. As it is now, the nuclean power plant operators are allowed to store the spent waste 30 years AFTER the plant closes, at the actual site of the closed plant, because the Feds don't have a plan right now about where to put it. THAT is CRAZY!

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