Nuclear Discharges ~ Why Not?
Nuclear Energy: Water Discharges"Nuclear power plants sometimes discharge small amounts of tritium and other radioactive elements as allowed by their individual wastewater permits.
Waste generated from uranium mining operations and rainwater runoff can contaminate groundwater and surface water resources with heavy metals and traces of radioactive uranium."
RIGHT: The Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, a boiling water reactor. The reactors are located inside the rectangular containment buildings towards the front of the cooling towers.
☢ ☢ Educate Yourself ☢ ☢ GE's West End Secret
Published on Oct 26, 2012 by fightpollution
The Anti-Nuclear Movement Survives!
Video Activism/Anti-Nuclear News by Zach Ruiter
- Amanda Lickers on Health Impacts
- Angela Bischoff, OCAA as moderator
- Parents from the Prince of Wales School Community Peterborough
- Legal Counsel from the Canadian Environmental Law Association
- Parents from the Junction Triangle
Interview with Dr. Helen Caldicott on GE Lansdowne's deadly activity,
November 1, 2012
VIDEO LINK to a Mini-documentary on this issue
Stop G.E.'s West End Uranium Factory
Facebook Closed Group
Did you know that GE Hitachi has a Uranium processing factory at Lansdowne & Dupont?
How Residents Delivered a Major Upset to GE-Hitachi Canada's Nuclear Operations
By Zach Ruiter and Liat Mandel
January 28, 2011
Uranium Mining Pollutes Drinking Water
Uploaded on 7 Oct 2008
Art Dohman, Chairman of the Goliad County Uranium Research Advisory Committee, describes pollution in local drinking water aquifers caused by uranium mining in Texas.
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