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''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs

 
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''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs
Nuclear Event in USA on Monday, 06 May, 2013 at 03:05 (03:05 AM) UTC.
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Operators of the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant in southwestern Michigan removed it from service Sunday morning because of a water leak from a tank, which last year caused seepage into the control room. Operators said they took the plant offline for repairs to the safety injection/refueling water tank. "There is no impact on the health and safety of plant employees or the public," Palisades spokeswoman Lindsay Rose said. The plant is along Lake Michigan in Van Buren County's Covert Township, about 80 miles east-northeast of Chicago.
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This plant has been under extra NRC scrutiny after numerous safety issues. It's been shut down nine times since September, 2011, including in February for a separate water leakage problem.


It's on the opposite side of the lake from the plant in Illinois that spewed radioactive steam into the air last month.

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ALERT! La Salle Nuclear Plant Nearly Took Out Chicago !
UPDATE: 4/26/13 Failures continue at La Salle, NRC opens special investigation.
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***UPDATE: We have been made aware of at least one UNCONFIRMED report of a radiation alarm occurring down wind of this incident. See this link
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Re: ''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs
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Nuclear plant spills radioactive water into Lake Michigan (AUDIO)

By ENENews
NRC: 79 Gallons Of Mildly Radioactive Water From Palisades Released [...] A leaking water tank is blamed for the latest shutdown at the Palisades nuclear power plant. Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokeswoman Viktoria Mitlyng says over the weekend, some “mildly radioactive” water got into Lake Michigan [...]

Michigan Live: Radioactive water was released into Lake Michigan before Palisades nuclear plant shutdown Sunday [...] Before Sunday’s shutdown of Palisades Nuclear Power Plant, about 79 gallons of diluted radioactive water were released into Lake Michigan, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Monday, May 6. [...] The nuclear power plant was offline Monday as inspectors and Palisades staff worked on finding and repairing the leak. The tank will have to be drained to determine the location of the leak. [...] Palisades has been under extra scrutiny after a series of safety issues in 2011. In September, the NRC conducted an 11-day inspection of the plant and determined that those problems had been “adequately addressed” by operators, but that additional monitoring was warranted.
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Re: ''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs
Nuclear Event in USA on Monday, 06 May, 2013 at 03:05 (03:05 AM) UTC.
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Operators of the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant in southwestern Michigan removed it from service Sunday morning because of a water leak from a tank, which last year caused seepage into the control room. Operators said they took the plant offline for repairs to the safety injection/refueling water tank. "There is no impact on the health and safety of plant employees or the public," Palisades spokeswoman Lindsay Rose said. The plant is along Lake Michigan in Van Buren County's Covert Township, about 80 miles east-northeast of Chicago.
[link to hisz.rsoe.hu]

This plant has been under extra NRC scrutiny after numerous safety issues. It's been shut down nine times since September, 2011, including in February for a separate water leakage problem.


It's on the opposite side of the lake from the plant in Illinois that spewed radioactive steam into the air last month.
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Great!...Fukushima and the North Pacific is not enough?
....lets f*ck the largest freshwater lakes in the USA too.

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Re: ''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs
Define F*ck. 79 gallons of low level radiation water from an RWST is akin to loosing a rolex with tritium dials in the lake. AHHHH. A rolex!
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Define F*ck. 79 gallons of low level radiation water from an RWST is akin to loosing a rolex with tritium dials in the lake. AHHHH. A rolex!
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THIS time is was 79 gallons (or so they say). grnrolleyes
...so what will it be next time?

...on LAKE MICHIGAN of all places.
HELLO!....FRESHWATER DRINKING SUPPLY FOR HUMANS!


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Yikes!
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Re: ''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs
UPDATE 5/17
Radioactive leak found at Palisades Nuclear Power Plant

Investigators have discovered a half-inch long crack around a nozzle on one of the tanks of the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant, and have attributed the crack to the water leakage that spilled radioactive water into Lake Michigan on May 5.

[link to rt.com]


Almost 2 weeks to find it?????
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Re: ''About' 79 Gallons of Radioactive water went into Lake Michigan before Palisades Nuclear Power Plant taken offline for repairs
The leak came from a 300,000-gallon injection and refueling tank, which floods and cools the nuclear reactor with borated water during refueling outages. It also removes heat from the reactor when there is a loss of coolant by sourcing the safety injection system.

This month’s incident marks the second time the injection and refueling tank leaked, and caused the ninth shutdown of the plant since September 2011. Since 2012, the plant shut down six times as a result of leaks.

It took operators about a week and a half to find the source of the leak. But even though authorities acknowledged that the leaking water was radioactive, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission claims that this poses no risk to the local community, since it is was diluted.

Oh! OK! WTH?
I think this is just the icing on the cake...watch and see...

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