The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) will meet with the public on February 12th to discuss the status of its review of Southern California Edison’s proposed plan to restart San Onofre Reactor Unit 2 WITHOUT fixing it first. The NRC expects to make a decision in April or May 2013 on whether to allow San Onofre Unit 2 reactor to restart.
Both Unit 2 and 3 reactors have the most defective replacement steam generators in U.S. history. Edison’s flawed redesign of these critical steam generators resulted in decades of wear in less than two years and a radiation leak in less than one year of operation. Now Edison wants to restart the Unit 2 reactor without repairing or replacing the defective and worn steam generators. See handout of why the San Onofre Nuclear Reactors should not be restarted.
Please attend this NRC meeting and share this information with others.DATE & TIME Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 6:00 p.m – 9:00 pm LOCATION Capo Beach Church (seating for 1100 and free parking) 25975 Domingo Ave. Capistrano Beach, CA 92624
This is a Category 3 meeting. Members of the public will be able to ask questions and provide comments concerning the inspection and technical evaluation activities throughout the meeting. The NRC staff will discuss the status of its inspection and technical evaluation of Southern California Edison’s October 3, 2012, response for Unit 2 to the March 27, 2012, NRC Confirmatory Action Letter. The NRC will respond to questions about their current inspection and evaluation activities associated with the replacement steam generators at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.NRC PARTICIPANTS A. Howell, Team Manager, SONGS Special Project, Region IV R. Lantz, Chief, SONGS Project Branch (SPB) G. Werner, Inspection & Assessment Lead, SPB D. Broaddus, Chief, SONGS Project Branch, NRR D. Dorman, SONGS Oversight Panel Co-Chairman, NRR
WEBCAST: This meeting will be available via public webcast at http://video.nrc.gov. The video stream will be active for approximately 1 hour prior to the start of the meeting.
TELECONFERENCE: To listen to the meeting, call via the following toll-free number: 1-888-790-2038; Passcode 47018. The audio stream will be available once the meeting begins.
The webcast and phone bridge will be one-way only.
Questions or comments regarding San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station can be submitted at any time to OPA4@nrc.gov.MEETING CONTACT Ryan Lantz, Chief SONGS Project Branch 817-200-1173 Ryan.Lantz@nrc.gov