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Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC

 
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Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC.

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A nuclear reactor in the Dutch town of Petten has been shut down after a fault in the cooling system was found. The plant's operating company NRG has said there is no danger to human beings or the environment. The Petten reactor had been offline since 11 November for planned maintenance work. In the course of this the fault was discovered. NRG immediately began an investigation into the cause, nature and size of the defect. The reactor saw periods of enforced stoppage in 2008 and 2010, also for problems in the cooling system. The shutdowns led to a worldwide shorttage of medical isotopes, which are made at Petten. These radioactive substances are used in hospitals to trace and treat tumors. A third of the world's medical isotopes are generated by the Dutch reactor, allowing 24,000 patients to be treated. An NRG spokeswoman said this time around it is a different kind of fault. She added that it is impossible to estimate for how long the reactor will remain offline, but NRG is hoping to have a clearer picture in the course of this month.
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC.

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A nuclear reactor in the Dutch town of Petten has been shut down after a fault in the cooling system was found. The plant's operating company NRG has said there is no danger to human beings or the environment. The Petten reactor had been offline since 11 November for planned maintenance work. In the course of this the fault was discovered. NRG immediately began an investigation into the cause, nature and size of the defect. The reactor saw periods of enforced stoppage in 2008 and 2010, also for problems in the cooling system. The shutdowns led to a worldwide shorttage of medical isotopes, which are made at Petten. These radioactive substances are used in hospitals to trace and treat tumors. A third of the world's medical isotopes are generated by the Dutch reactor, allowing 24,000 patients to be treated. An NRG spokeswoman said this time around it is a different kind of fault. She added that it is impossible to estimate for how long the reactor will remain offline, but NRG is hoping to have a clearer picture in the course of this month.
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boooo nothing new... world is already contaminate by japan.
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC.

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A nuclear reactor in the Dutch town of Petten has been shut down after a fault in the cooling system was found. The plant's operating company NRG has said there is no danger to human beings or the environment. The Petten reactor had been offline since 11 November for planned maintenance work. In the course of this the fault was discovered. NRG immediately began an investigation into the cause, nature and size of the defect. The reactor saw periods of enforced stoppage in 2008 and 2010, also for problems in the cooling system. The shutdowns led to a worldwide shorttage of medical isotopes, which are made at Petten. These radioactive substances are used in hospitals to trace and treat tumors. A third of the world's medical isotopes are generated by the Dutch reactor, allowing 24,000 patients to be treated. An NRG spokeswoman said this time around it is a different kind of fault. She added that it is impossible to estimate for how long the reactor will remain offline, but NRG is hoping to have a clearer picture in the course of this month.
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
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Intresting find.
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
bump
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
your queen will be safe in antarctica.
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
It´s a reactor for making medical isotopes. It isn´t a big reactor. It won´t meltdown.

Aren´t you guys jumping the gun a little?
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
It´s a reactor for making medical isotopes. It isn´t a big reactor. It won´t meltdown.

Aren´t you guys jumping the gun a little?
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that's very good news!hf
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
It’s the theoretical worldwide shortage of medical isotopes that this shut down might create that I found most interesting.
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Re: Nuclear Event in Netherlands on Saturday, 01 December, 2012 at 19:13 (07:13 PM) UTC
I know that place. No worries. It won't melt down or anything. They just closed it down for now. No leakages or real dangers. They will keep maintaining it.