Nuclear Energy - News August 20, 2011
Anti-nuclear advocates are asking San Clemente to let them fly in experts from around the country to testify at a Sept.
Salmon caught off the coast of British Columbia will be tested for traces of radiation from the nuclear disaster in Japan, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced.
After two decades of changed plans, studies and disappointments, works crews finally will dig and remove the first shovel of radioactive dirt on Monday at the nuclear waste dump along Route 66 in the village of Kiskimere, Parks Township.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is moving forward on sweeping safety changes for the U.S. nuclear industry triggered by the crisis in Japan.
Blue Castle Holdings Inc., developer of the Blue Castle Nuclear Project, is progressing rapidly toward completing site characterization activities needed for the filing of a licensing application with the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and for State and local permitting.
"It is not correct," a spokesman for Japan's nuclear safety watchdog, the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency , told New Scientist .
The half-century-old, oil-fueled power generators here had been idle for more than a year when, a day after the nuclear accident in March, orders came from Tokyo Electric Power headquarters to fire them up.