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*** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links

 
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Critics: Sandy Showed Nuclear Plants’ Vulnerability to Weather, Sabotage
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Nine Mile Point Unit 1 still offline
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Oyster Creek Nuclear Alert: As Floodwaters Fall, More Questions Arise
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A Hard Look at U.S. Reactor Hardware After Fukushima
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Second mass complaint coming over Fukushima disaster
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Press Release (Nov 02,2012)
(Notification)Smoke Coming out from Damaged Power Cable at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
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Japan's Nuclear Watchdog To Study Seam Beneath Ohi Plant
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There is a 900-meter-long underground fissure between the No.2 and No.3 reactors at the Ohi plant operated by the Kansai Electric Power Company.
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Fission Stories #116: My Five Scariest Nuclear Plant Moments
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During the Q&A following panel presentations during the Base-load Electricity from Natural Gas and Nuclear Power symposium at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy last month, I described an incident at the Browns Ferry nuclear plant and mentioned it was the third scariest moment I had experienced during my career in nuclear plants. At the next break, someone asked about my scariest moments. Here are my five scariest moments...
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Govt. studies seam beneath Ohi nuclear plant
Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority has conducted a survey at the country's only operating nuclear power plant to determine whether a seam under the facility is an active fault.

A team of experts dug into the ground at the Ohi plant in Fukui Prefecture, central Japan, on Friday.

The 900-meter-long seam runs between areas below the plant's No. 2 and 3 reactors. A key pipeline that transports cooling water from the ocean to the reactors runs across the fissure.

The plant's operator, Kansai Electric, said in an interim report released on Wednesday that the seam cannot be considered an active fault.
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Niigata's 30 towns, villages agree on nuclear evacuation guideline
Representatives from all 30 cities, towns and villages of Niigata Prefecture agreed Friday on evacuation guidelines in the event that an accident strikes Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Station, the world's biggest atomic power complex.

The guidelines were compiled after the representatives discussed how best to coordinate shelter destinations for each municipality based on wind directions in the event of an accident at the seven-reactor, 8.21-million kilowatt station.
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11/02/2012 09:51 AM
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Local gov'ts rap state for lacking local views in energy strategy
A group of local governments in areas hosting nuclear power plants nationwide criticized the central government on Friday for not reflecting their views in the country's new energy strategy that aims to phase out nuclear power in the 2030s and called for creation of an arena to discuss the policy direction.

"There was no detailed explanation to or hearings in the areas hosting plants in the process of compiling the energy strategy...We want the government to swiftly create a forum to discuss energy and environment policies," the All Japan Council of Local Governments with Atomic Power Stations said in a petition handed to industry minister Yukio Edano.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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11/02/2012 10:02 AM
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@ Sweden, Heyda,

are Temp-Staff Worker allowed in a Swedish Nuclear Plant?
 Quoting: the mighty Atom


Yes...
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24001598


BTW, what do you mean with a "Temp-Staff Worker"?... you can't just ask a guy on the street: "hey, wanna work at a nuke plant?"... there has to be a security check and a health check before you're allowed in... if those are ok there's a one day introduction course about how to protect yourself and special considerations while working on a nuke plant...
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Man charged with threatening nuclear reactor
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a 48-year-old Gretna man has been charged with threatening to destroy a nuclear reactor.

William Dugas was charged Thursday in a two-count indictment handed down by a federal grand jury.

U.S. Attorney Jim Letten charges that Dugas called the Louisiana Public Service Commission and threatened to blow up a nuclear reactor because he was angry about his utility bill.

While serving a search warrant Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office arrested Dugas and handed him over to federal custody.

He faces 10 years in prison a $250,000 fine and three years of supervised release.
[link to www.sfgate.com]

Ridiculous...
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Ameren, Westinghouse still waiting for decision on nuclear grant
It was six months ago that Ameren Missouri and Westinghouse officials joined Gov. Jay Nixon on the lawn of the governor’s mansion to announce plans to pursue a first-of-its-kind mini nuclear reactor that would be built next to the utility’s Callaway plant.
The effort had bipartisan political support. Other Missouri electricity suppliers were on board, as well as the state’s university system. Everything seemed in place — almost.

The whole plan hinged on getting at least a share of a $452 million federal grant to advance commercialization of next-generation nuclear technology.
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Xcel gets OK to drop Prairie Island nuclear plant upgrade
Minnesota utility regulators on Thursday agreed that Xcel Energy Inc. needn't go ahead with a $237 million power-boosting upgrade at the Prairie Island nuclear power plant.

The Minneapolis-based utility says the project to increase power output by 12 percent no longer is a good deal for customers and should be scrapped.
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11/02/2012 07:16 PM

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Nuclear plants need better protection from nature
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The only one, huh..?




NRC raises concerns about Dresden flood plan
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The plant was built at 517 feet above sea level, or 10 feet above historic flood levels. But updated modeling indicates the worst-case flood could 528 feet above sea level.

There has never been a flood that high. But with changing weather patterns, Mitlyng said, "events have been taking place ... beyond what we expect or what has been known."

The Dresden reactors were licensed in 1966 and are among the oldest in the U.S. They surpassed their original 40-year lifespans and have been granted 20-year license extensions.

Exelon operates all 11 nuclear power reactors in Illinois. Dresden is the only one for which the NRC raised flooding concerns, Mitlyng said.
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Fukushima reactors status 2 Nov 2012
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The following is the known status as of Friday morning of each of the six reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and the four reactors at the Fukushima Daini plant, both in Fukushima Prefecture, which were crippled by the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11.
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Niigata drafts nuclear accident guidelines
Officials in Niigata Prefecture have agreed that local authorities outside government-set evacuation areas will also have to draw up their own measures to respond to a possible accident at a local nuclear power plant.

A panel made up of all municipalities in the prefecture agreed on the guideline on Friday. The panel had discussed disaster management plans since the Fukushima nuclear accident.

Municipalities within the 30-kilometer radius from the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear plant in the prefecture will create extensive disaster response plans in line with new government guidelines adopted on Wednesday.
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Tokyo Electric to open Fukushima office
Tokyo Electric Power Company plans to open a new office in Fukushima Prefecture. It will have more than 4,000 employees to deal more effectively with the aftermath of last year's nuclear accident.

The company has decided to relocate the sections in charge of compensation for people affected by the accident and for removing radioactive materials from around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Tokyo Electric plans to transfer several hundred employees from Tokyo.
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Post-Fukushima preparedness survey shows lack of evacuation sites
More than 30 percent of municipalities that fall within the government's new disaster preparation zone around nuclear power plants say they have yet to secure sufficient evacuation sites in the event of an atomic accident in their locality, a Kyodo News survey showed Saturday.

The survey found that 29 of the 83 municipalities in 20 prefectures, excluding those in Fukushima Prefecture, home to the crippled Fukushima Daiichi complex operated by Tokyo Electric Power Co., which were freshly included in the zone, are not fully prepared for evacuating their residents in such a circumstance.

The study also found that 90 percent of the municipalities have yet to decide how to distribute iodine tablets for protecting the thyroid from radiation exposure, with many citing concerns over possible side effects and problems with storage conditions.
[link to english.kyodonews.jp]
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4 out of 6 experts in nuclear safety panel got grants from utilities
Four out of the six members of a government team drafting new safety standards for nuclear reactors have received between around 3 million yen and 27 million yen each in grants, donations and compensation from utilities in the past three to four years, according to data disclosed by the Nuclear Regulation Authority on Friday.

The regulatory body's secretariat said the members "have been selected in line with rules, and there should be no problem." Critics, however, say the members' judgments might be swayed by the wishes of donors, exposing safety regulations to the risk of being watered down.
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4 on Japan nuclear plant safety government team took utility and industry money
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TEPCO admits 4th worker exposed to radiation in early days of disaster
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A full one year and eight months after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. has acknowledged that four workers, not three as it had maintained, were exposed to varying levels of radiation soon after the crisis unfolded.

It said the men were working in the basement of the turbine building for the No. 3 reactor at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

TEPCO and its business partner Kandenko Co. had previously said that only three workers waded through highly contaminated water on March 24, 2011.

That story held up until last month. A different worker revealed during a Nov. 1 news conference that he had refused to go to the basement but someone else went there.
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A Hard Look at U.S. Reactor Hardware After Fukushima
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Reactor is shut down at Comanche Peak nuclear plant
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One of the two reactors at the Comanche Peak nuclear power plant near Glen Rose was shut down early Friday after a cooling pump overheated, the operator reported.

According to an event report filed with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Unit 1 was shut down manually at 1:42 a.m. because of "high temperature indications" in a motor bearing on one of four huge pumps that circulate cooling water around the reactor.

An alarm that warns of an improper level of oil for the pump also sounded, the report stated.

The Unit 1 reactor also experienced an unusual event Wednesday morning when a backup generator started unexpectedly. According to an NRC event report, a faulty power supply "was identified and further investigation/calibration will determine if other conditions contributed to the fault."
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NRC terminates application for Calvert Cliffs reactor
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Hurricane Sandy a Taste of More Extreme Weather to Come
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“The reality is that the oil industry is driven by reaping profits from new production sites,” Kretzmann told IPS.

Massive investments in deep water drilling, tar sands and new oil and gas extraction technologies such as horizontal fracturing are driving production levels to new highs. An analysis by Oil Change International found that those investments by fossil fuel companies and their backers put the planet on the path for temperatures to rise at least eight degrees Celsius.

Leading scientists consider a temperature increase of four degrees Celsius to be catastrophic. At those temperatures, the Arctic will be eight to twelve degrees Celsius warmer. Most of the carbon-laden permafrost will thaw, with disastrous positive feedback. A rise of six degrees Celsius would render large parts of the world unlivable. Hardly anyone has considered the consequences of eight degrees.
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TEPCO admits 4th worker exposed to radiation in early days of disaster
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A full one year and eight months after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Co. has acknowledged that four workers, not three as it had maintained, were exposed to varying levels of radiation soon after the crisis unfolded.

It said the men were working in the basement of the turbine building for the No. 3 reactor at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant.

TEPCO and its business partner Kandenko Co. had previously said that only three workers waded through highly contaminated water on March 24, 2011.

That story held up until last month. A different worker revealed during a Nov. 1 news conference that he had refused to go to the basement but someone else went there.
 Quoting: Waterbug


lies lies lies lies lies lies

and that is what we propose to expose....

we know it, they know it, the world is starting to get it.........
It's life as we know it, but only just.
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