Tainted nuke plant water reaches major NJ aquifer
Radioactive water that leaked from the nation's oldest nuclear power plant has now reached a major underground aquifer that supplies drinking water to much of southern New Jersey, the state's environmental chief said Friday.
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#1 May 10, 2010
#2 May 10, 2010
And even with gross mismanagement like that, safety limits recommended by WHO are still respected by orders of magnitude.
So safe, even yankee greed and incompetence cannot threaten human life? When in less than a month hundreds of workers have died in oil and coal operations?
Isn't nuclear power awesome?
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