Columbia to increase monitoring from nuclear plant
Columbia plans to increase monitoring of its water supply from the Broad River, also a cooling source for a nuclear plant in Fairfield County.
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#1 Oct 2, 2012
These already so much garbage and waste water being dumped into our local waterways,maybe a little nuclear waste will kill some of the bacteria.I see people fishing our local rivers and lakes,You'd have to be insane to eat anything you catch locally.
#2 Oct 2, 2012
All of those construction jobs at VC Summer are NOT going to South Carolina residents.
They are going to people from OUT of STATE coming to SC looking for work!!!!!
THAT IS WRONG!! South Carolina residents are PAYING for the construction of those two new reactors!!!!! South Carolinians should be given FIRST shot at those badly needed jobs!!
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