Tritium leak at North Anna gives another example of why nuclear energy's wrong
As if more ammunition were needed to shoot holes through the idea of increasing Virginia's reliance on nuclear energy, Dominion VA Power reported on Tuesday that the source of a radioactive leak at its North Anna nuclear power plant was being sought after an increased level of tritium was detected in groundwater.
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#1 Feb 25, 2012
Wrong for BigOil and Big Coal's bottom line, that is!
#2 Feb 28, 2012
The amount of tritium in the ground water would be good for you, as demonstrated in Kerala and Ramsar.
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