04/17/2013 WRCB meeting: Once-through cooling nuclear reactors

The Water Resources Control Board (WRCB) Nuclear Review Committee will meet April 17th in Sacramento to discuss nuclear plant once-through cooling issues.  The Review Committee must provide a final report describing the results of special studies and must present their final report to the State Water Board by October 1, 2013.  This is your opportunity to learn more about this and provide public comment before it’s too late.

Email public comments to Shuka Rastegarpoursrastegarpour@waterboards.ca.gov or phone (916) 341-5576.

Wednesday April 17, 2013
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Room 2540 – 25th Floor Joe Serna Jr./Cal/EPA Building
1001 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
 
Notice and Agenda
Final Scope of Work Report (red line and strikeout version)
WRCB Review Committee for Nuclear Fueled Power Plants website
Subscribe to WRCB online (receive updates on WRCB Ocean Issues – Once-Through Cooling)
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OTC NPP Highest Damage ChartThe San Onofre and Diablo Canyon nuclear reactors kill millions of fish and other aquatic life every year, due to their once-through cooling (OTC) systems. They do not meet Federal Clean Water Act §316(b) regulations.  Numerous state agencies have jurisdiction over this issue. If they do not grant permits to operate, the nuclear plants would be shut down.  See Once-through Cooling Issues section of the SanOnofreSafety.org website to learn why.  NOTE: New Jersey’s Oyster Creek nuclear plant is closing due to the expense of complying with their once-through cooling rules.

Contact the WRCB, your elected officials and the Governor. Tell them:

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One Response to 04/17/2013 WRCB meeting: Once-through cooling nuclear reactors

  1. The debate appears to continue regarding San Onofre. Who ever you are, wherever you live, if you have the power to deactivate, PLEASE vote to shut it down ! Why take the chance ? Use The Golden Rule as a guide. Southern California would be dessimated and devastated if an implosion occurs. There are far more rational reasons to deactivate than there are rational arguments to restart this nuclear plant. Look at the map. North, south, east or west. At least fifty miles from that site could become unlivable ! ” Wisdom is knowing the right path to take. Integrity is taking it “. Carpe Diem.

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