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posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 06:25 PM
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Here are some specifics I've found about Waterford 3 from EPA & The NRC

NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION [Docket No. 50-382]

" The proposed action would change the Waterford 3 Technical
Specifications to allow an increase in the Waterford 3 Spent Fuel Pool
(SFP) storage capacity from 1088 to 2398 fuel assemblies, and to allow an increase in the maximum fuel enrichment from 4.9 w/o (weight
percent) to 5.0 w/o U-235. The increase in spent fuel storage capacity
is achieved by replacing the existing spent fuel storage racks by the
higher density racks, a process referred to herein as ``reracking.''
The proposed action is in accordance with the licensee's application
for license amendment dated March 27, 1997, as supplemented by letters
dated April 3, July 21, October 23, November 13, and December 12, 1997,
January 21, January 29, March 23, May 1, May 19, May 21, May 28, and
June 12, 1998."


Some older info. there but this shows more specifics about their Spent Fuel pools.

[edit on 15-9-2005 by XGovGirl]




posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 06:30 PM
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One other thing I've been curious about are if there are any disease testing facilities in New Orleans. A completely different topic at hand, but I believe the Center for Disease Control has a facility there as well. Just something else to spend hours and hours in researching
lol



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 06:35 PM
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Fuel Assemblies


"To make electricity, nuclear reactors use fuel made of solid ceramic pellets of enriched uranium that are sealed in strong metal tubes. The tubes are bundled together to form a nuclear fuel assembly. The uranium pellets are about the size of the tip of your little finger."

After three or four years in a reactor, however, the uranium pellets are no longer efficient for producing electricity and the assembly is removed from the reactor. After removal, the entire assembly (now called spent nuclear fuel) is highly radioactive.

Depending on the type of reactor, fuel assemblies can be as long as 16 feet and can weigh up to 1,200 pounds each.

www.ocrwm.doe.gov...


Waterford 3 Spent Fuel Pool
(SFP) storage capacity from 1088 to 2398 fuel assemblies



Figure these plants are for creating electricity, if you have electricity out, there is a problem or "damage" where the electricity is created.



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 07:27 PM
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www.ocrwm.doe.gov...

Spent Fuel Pools


After three to four years in a reactor, spent nuclear fuel is moved to a storage pool of water at the reactor site. At this point, the spent fuel is not only highly radioactive, but also extremely hot in temperature. Besides helping to cool the fuel, the water protects workers and the public from radiation.

Currently, spent fuel is stored in pools at every nuclear reactor site in the United States. By 2010, the earliest opening date for a repository, 78 nuclear power plants will have no room left in their spent fuel pools.



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 07:39 PM
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You know, maybe you should start a new thread in the "Fragile Earth" forum, or just stick to Waterford and New Orleans in this one.



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 07:58 PM
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Is there a way to move a thread I am new here

The majority of the info. here is about Waterford, but I brought up the underground waste and air contamination as well. Overall this thread is about the Nuclear Facilities on the Gulf Coast.

[edit on 15-9-2005 by XGovGirl]



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 08:05 PM
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You can ask one of the mods, or just start a new thread.



posted on Sep, 15 2005 @ 08:09 PM
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This has certainly been an education on how nuclear powerplants work.

Where I work (A community heath research center), the assistant director use to work for DOW. His speciality is environmental health. I asked him what the effects would be if a Nuclear Powerplant in NOLA was flooded. He confirmed that the flood waters would be contaminated with nuclear waste but of course could not confirm at what level and anyone exposed to those flood waters would be exposed to radioactivity. I do not know how long it would take for the water from the power plant to affect the flood waters of the surrounding area. He indicated that the long term health problems would be catastrophic. He's being pulled into a meeting about NOLA tomorrow. If I can get some info from him, I'll post it here.

XGovGirl. Can you actually confirm that the Waterford plant is in fact flooded or is that speculation. Just looking for clarity. If that is the case, then there is definitely a problem not being reported in the mainstream media.

[edit on 15-9-2005 by Mirlin11]



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 02:17 AM
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cant wait to hear!

im still gathering evidence on my side lol so just bare with me


i can finally put that ATC airspace map reading to some good use


give me until tomorrow afternoon i should have a lot more proof together i'm getting exact uranium storage areas, flood water estimates, and damage sites from the NRC logs

grr i wanna bust these liars so bad!

once i get everything together ill post it up have a good evening!














posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 04:55 AM
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XGovGirl that I'm enjoying your thread just the way it is. I'm glad it's all together here, so I know where to find it,. I don't care how much you post, or how fast you post it.

The lamestream media talking heads all get the same talking point memos every day. There are only so many ways to say the same things over and over. There's little-to-no original thought to be found.

I appreciate people who do independent research and share their findings. It's refreshing to see different points of view. I like to view things from various angles and make up my own mind. So just thought I'd drop in and say, "You go, girl! Good job!"





[edit on 16-9-2005 by Cubster1]



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 10:58 AM
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Entergy yesterday, working hard on their siren emergency alarm systems. Why? Just because people have drawn their attention to Nuclear Plants across the country or because they are concerned for something that just took place in NO that we aren't being told about. The siren system is something I brought up in the beginning here. Due to the first news article prior to Katrina where Entergy said they were prepared for the hurricane because they had an emergency system in place: that made me question what that emergency system was and how siren's wouldn't mean squat when we didn't even get in there for over 24 hours time. Even if the sirens were going off, it would mean nothing to anyone except Entergy once they finally got in there.

More suspicion on my side. If their spent fuel pools are where I think them are, then the Lake and surrounding NO there is polluted with radioactivity.

Hearing Bush and the Gov. talk about allowing people back in there is VERY frightening and could just add to the injustice of not telling us this information if this is the case.

The CDC doesn't seem to be updating their page that frequent either by the way I jump on there first thing each day.


Entergy says it will move faster to replace siren system

Does anyone know what would happen if it could be proved all around that there was nuclear contamination. If every bit of information was compiled and pretented to the public and that placed all of the govt officials in a coverup position, wouldn't this make those responsible for keeping it quiet in great trouble including Entergy Corp? Or would this be just another thing ignored where they just brush it off while people got sick from the exposure? A company as big as Entergy owns a lot of the plants across the country. The biggest thing that could come to light is the fact that the US has been warned about flooding before, but the Nuclear Reg. Commission ignored that clearly. Allowing people to go in there for relief efforts without telling them would put so many at risk, including military guard and active duty. The location of one of the sites is right there at the lake, this would also mean that those people who were sent in to pump the water were exposed without being told it wasn't just "toxic" but "radioactive". That would be HUGE! But also very very too late!

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More from Entergy that goes against their prior reports of "no damage" 9/15


Cleanup expert coordinates army of Entergy crews

www.southeasttexaslive.com...


"His area of concern was Kenner, Metairie and West Bank areas - just west and south of downtown New Orleans." (this is the area I'm in question now about fuel storage facilities)

Pierce said he found it amazing that he was having conversations about easy restorations that involved "just 12 broken poles."

Entergy Texas spokesman Dave Caplan said the restoration process still is in the early stages and some areas still are inaccessible, making it impossible to gauge how many customers cannot have power restored because of too much damage.

The storm knocked out 265 substations and put 1,560 distribution feeders out of service.


There is no cost estimate yet on the cleanup.

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This here is an Entergy fire (someone asked earlier)



A large fire burns in New Orleans September 3, 2005. Utility operator Entergy Corp. will re-enter New Orleans on Sunday with National Guard escorts to begin assessing damage caused by Hurricane Katrina and subsequent floods, the company said. REUTERS/Jason Reed

And could this picture above be the same location as the PLANT and not just an off site location of the plant: here are pictures of the Waterford 3 plant





This fire here could bring in the question of air contamination!

Remember also that it isn't the actual operations building where the spent fuel is stored, it's the AUX building near the site that is the worry.

According to the Nuclear Commission logs there was an emergency declared for an AUX building. If that is where this fire is, you can sure
bet we have air contamination as well as just the water contamination
from the flood waters.


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more

news.yahoo.com...;_ylt=AiUjuNiLc8LZ6ne1d1SbfqDmWMcF;_ylu=X3o'___'A5bGVna3NhBHNlYwNzc3JlbA--

"The delay, Entergy says, is caused not only by the inaccessibility of some areas due to Katrina-related damage, but also by corrosion to vital systems due to being soaked in slightly salty floodwaters."



more

www.stategazette.com...

"Chris and Sherri Talazac and their children, Jessica, 17, and Michael, 15. The family lives in Kenner, La., and they believe that their home may have been inundated by at least 3 feet of water. They bought the house last year. Chris Talazac works at Waterford 3, a nuclear power plant. He planned to head back to the New Orleans area on Thursday to see if he could help restore power. Sherri Talazac, a teacher, is the daughter of Melvin and Jackie Caillouet. "


BTW thanks Cubster1

[edit on 16-9-2005 by XGovGirl]



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 11:38 AM
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XGovGirl:

Here is an interesting report submitted to the NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER possibly relating to those fires...




NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER - PUBLIC REPORT

Incident Report # 771502

INCIDENT DESCRIPTION
*Report taken by: MST3 CREWS at 19:16 on 04-SEP-05


Incident Type: FIXED

Incident Cause: EXPLOSION
Affected Area:
The incident occurred on 04-SEP-05 at 18:00 local time.

Affected Medium: AIR ATMOSPHERE
____________________________________________________________________________
SUSPECTED RESPONSIBLE PARTY

Name: UNKNOWN

XX

Type of Organization: UNKNOWN
____________________________________________________________________________
INCIDENT LOCATION

County: ORLEANS City: NEW ORLEANS State: LA

SOUTH WEST NEW ORLEANS (NEAR SUPERDOME)
____________________________________________________________________________
RELEASED MATERIAL(S)

CHRIS Code: UNK Official Material Name: UNKNOWN MATERIAL
Also Known As: UNKNOWN MATERIAL (FOUL SMELLING)

Qty Released: 0 UNKNOWN AMOUNT
________________________________________________________________________
DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT

USCGC SPENCER AT ANCHOR IN NEW ORLEANS REPORTS A LARGE EXPLOSION THAT HAS OCCURRED IN SW NEW ORLEANS, LA (NEAR SUPERDOME), IN OR NEAR A CHEMICAL PLANT APPROXIMATELY 1 HOUR AGO. SPENCER CREW AS PRECAUTION HAS DONNED CBR GEAR DUE TO FOUL SMELL IN AREA.
____________________________________________________________________________

INCIDENT DETAILS

Building ID:
Type of Fixed Object: UNKNOWN
Power Generating Facility: UNKNOWN
Generating Capacity:
Type of Fuel:
NPDES:
NPDES Compliance: UNKNOWN
____________________________________________________________________________

DAMAGES
Fire Involved: UNKNOWN Fire Extinguished: UNKNOWN

INJURIES: Hospitalized: Empl/Crew: Passenger:

FATALITIES: Empl/Crew: Passenger: Occupant:

EVACUATIONS: Who Evacuated: Radius/Area:


Damages:


Length of Direction of

Closure Type Description of Closure Closure Closure

Air: N


Road: N Major Artery:

N

Waterway: N


Track: N


Passengers Transferred: UNKNOWN
Media Interest: NONE Community Impact due to Material: NO
____________________________________________________________________________

REMEDIAL ACTIONS

UNKNOWN
Release Secured: UNKNOWN Release Rate: Estimated Release Duration:

___________________________________________________________________________

WEATHER


Weather: CLEAR, ºF
____________________________________________________________________________

ADDITIONAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED

Federal: USCG

State/Local: NO
State/Local On Scene: NO

State Agency Number: NONE
____________________________________________________________________________

NOTIFICATIONS BY NRC

DOT CRISIS MANAGEMENT CENTER (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (202)3661863

EPA OEM (PRIMARY)

04-SEP-05 19:23 (202)5643850 DISREGUARD

U.S. EPA VI (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:23 (214)6656428 DISREGUARD

FBI LOUISIANA ATN: HILLARY ROSSMAN (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (504)8163369

FBI NEW ORLEANS FIELD OFC (PRIMARY)

04-SEP-05 19:21 (504)8163000

USCG FIST NEW ORLEANS (SUPERVISOR, FIST NEW ORLEANS)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (504)5894224

GULF STRIKE TEAM (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:23 (251)4416601 DISREGUARD

LA DEPT OF ENV QUAL (PRIMARY)

04-SEP-05 19:21 (225)2193640

LA OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (225)9257500

LA OFFICE OF GOV ATTN ROLAND GUIDRY (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (225)2195800

LA OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (PRIMARY)

04-SEP-05 19:21 (504)5688537

MSO NEW ORLEANS (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:23 (504)8465923 DISREGUARD

NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE COORD CTR (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (202)2829201

NOAA 1ST CLASS BB RPTS FOR LA (PRIMARY)

04-SEP-05 19:21 (206)5266344

NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER HQ (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:23 (202)2672100 DISREGUARD

NTSB PIPELINE (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (202)3146293

HOMELAND SEC COORDINATION CENTER (PRIMARY)

04-SEP-05 19:21 (202)2828300

SECTOR NEW ORLEANS (COMMAND CENTER)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (504)5894218

LA STATE POLICE (PRIMARY)
04-SEP-05 19:21 (225)9256595
___________________________________________________________________________

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
THERE WAS LIMITED INFORMATION
___________________________________________________________________________

*** END INCIDENT REPORT # 771502 ***



What I think is strange is look at all those DISREGARD notices...


[edit on 16-9-2005 by loam]



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 11:42 AM
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Keep it coming XGovGirl. The more information gets out, the more questions are asked and that makes it more difficult to hide the truth.

Yes, Nagin was talking about bringing back 200,000 of NOLA's most affluent residents, since they're homes were not damaged by flooding. If their areas are not flooded, I don't think it means their areas are "safe", but I could be wrong about that.

[edit on 16-9-2005 by Mirlin11]



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 11:42 AM
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These are database queries, so I don't think there is a way to link to them, but here are two more reported on Spetember 2, 2005. (Odd that there is nothing for September 3, 2005).




NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER - PUBLIC REPORT

Incident Report # 771276

INCIDENT DESCRIPTION
**** THIS IS A POTENTIAL RELEASE **** *Report taken by: MST2 LAYMAN at 06:10 on 02-SEP-05









Incident Type: FIXED

Incident Cause: EXPLOSION
Affected Area:
The incident occurred on 02-SEP-05 at 06:00 local time.

Affected Medium: UNKNOWN

____________________________________________________________________________
SUSPECTED RESPONSIBLE PARTY

Name: UNKNOWN


XX


Type of Organization: UNKNOWN



____________________________________________________________________________
INCIDENT LOCATION

County: ORLEANS City: NEW ORLEANS State: LA



RIVER FRONT/ NEAR FRENCH QUARTER
____________________________________________________________________________
POTENTIALLY RELEASED MATERIAL(S)



CHRIS Code: UNK Official Material Name: UNKNOWN MATERIAL
Also Known As:

Qty Released: 0 UNKNOWN AMOUNT Qty in Water: 0 UNKNOWN AMOUNT

________________________________________________________________________
DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT

A SERIES OF MASSIVE EXPLOSIONS HAS ROCKED THE NEW ORLEANS RIVERFRONT A FEW MILES SOUTH OF THE FRENCH QUARTER. THERE IS NO WORD ON THE CAUSE OF THE BLASTS OR THE EXTENT OF POSSIBLE DAMAGE. CNN REPORTERS SAY THEY CAN SEE THICK SMOKE. -- ASSOCIATED PRESS





____________________________________________________________________________

INCIDENT DETAILS

Building ID:
Type of Fixed Object: CHEMICAL FACILITY
Power Generating Facility: NO
Generating Capacity:
Type of Fuel:
NPDES:
NPDES Compliance: UNKNOWN





____________________________________________________________________________

DAMAGES
Fire Involved: UNKNOWN Fire Extinguished: UNKNOWN

INJURIES: Hospitalized: Empl/Crew: Passenger:

FATALITIES: Empl/Crew: Passenger: Occupant:

EVACUATIONS: Who Evacuated: Radius/Area:


Damages:


Length of Direction of

Closure Type Description of Closure Closure Closure

Air: N


Road: Major Artery:

N

Waterway: N


Track: N


Passengers Transferred: UNKNOWN
Media Interest: HIGH Community Impact due to Material: NO
____________________________________________________________________________

REMEDIAL ACTIONS

UNKNOWN
Release Secured: UNKNOWN Release Rate: Estimated Release Duration:





____________________________________________________________________________

WEATHER


Weather: UNKNOWN, ºF
____________________________________________________________________________

ADDITIONAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED

Federal:

State/Local:
State/Local On Scene:

State Agency Number:
____________________________________________________________________________

NOTIFICATIONS BY NRC

DOT CRISIS MANAGEMENT CENTER (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (202)3661863

FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMIN. (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 06:31 (202)4936214 RAMOS

EPA OEM (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:22 (202)5643850 LEE

U.S. EPA VI (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:20 (214)6656428 MARTIN

FBI LOUISIANA ATN: HILLARY ROSSMAN (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 06:18 (504)8163369

FBI NEW ORLEANS FIELD OFC (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (504)8163000

FBI STRATEGIC INFO OPERATIONS CNTR (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:20 (202)3233300 DUTY AGENT

USCG FIST NEW ORLEANS (SUPERVISOR, FIST NEW ORLEANS)

02-SEP-05 06:18 (504)5894224

GULF STRIKE TEAM (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:19 (251)4416601 NO VERBAL

LA DEPT OF ENV QUAL (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (225)2193640

LA OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 06:18 (225)9257500

LA OFFICE OF GOV ATTN ROLAND GUIDRY (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (225)2195800

LA OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (504)5688537

MSO NEW ORLEANS (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 06:26 (504)8465923 PO KAVANAUGH

NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE COORD CTR (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (202)2829201

NOAA 1ST CLASS BB RPTS FOR LA (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (206)5266344

NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER HQ (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 06:19 (202)2672100 NOWAK

NTSB PIPELINE (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (202)3146293

HOMELAND SEC COORDINATION CENTER (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (202)2828300

RSPA OFFICE OF PIPELINE SAFETY (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 06:29 KADNAR

SECTOR NEW ORLEANS (COMMAND CENTER)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (504)5894218

LA STATE POLICE (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 06:18 (225)9256595

MSO NEW ORLEANS ALTERNATE (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 12:22 MST2 CLORE
____________________________________________________________________________

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


___________________________________________________________________________
*** END INCIDENT REPORT # 771276 ***





NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER - PUBLIC REPORT

Incident Report # 771327

INCIDENT DESCRIPTION
*Report taken by: MST3 CREWS at 14:30 on 02-SEP-05









Incident Type: STORAGE TANK

Incident Cause: UNKNOWN
Affected Area: MISSISSIPPI RIVER
The incident occurred on 02-SEP-05 at 15:00 local time.

Affected Medium: WATER MISSISSIPPI RIVER

____________________________________________________________________________
SUSPECTED RESPONSIBLE PARTY

Name: UNKNOWN


XX


Type of Organization: UNKNOWN



____________________________________________________________________________
INCIDENT LOCATION

County: ORLEANS City: NEW ORLEANS State: LA



SOUTH OF NEW ORLEANS ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
____________________________________________________________________________
RELEASED MATERIAL(S)


CHRIS Code: OIL Official Material Name: OIL: CRUDE
Also Known As:

Qty Released: 0 UNKNOWN AMOUNT Qty in Water: 0 UNKNOWN AMOUNT

________________________________________________________________________
DESCRIPTION OF INCIDENT

A HUGE SPILL WAS SPOTTED NEAR TWO STORAGE TANKS ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER DOWNSTREAM OF NEW ORLEANS BY A DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AIRCRAFT.




____________________________________________________________________________

INCIDENT DETAILS

Description of Tank: 2 2 MILLION BBL STORAGE TANKS
Tank Above/Below Ground: ABOVE
Transportable Container: UNKNOWN
Tank Regulated: UNKNOWN
Tank Regulated By:
Tank ID: UNKNOWN
Capacity of Tank: 2000000 BARREL(S)
Actual Amount: 0 UNKNOWN AMOUNT



---WATER INFORMATION---
Body of Water: MISSISSIPPI RIVER
Tributary of:
Nearest River Mile Marker:
Water Supply Contaminated: UNKNOWN

____________________________________________________________________________
DAMAGES

Fire Involved: NO Fire Extinguished: UNKNOWN

INJURIES: Hospitalized: Empl/Crew: Passenger:

FATALITIES: Empl/Crew: Passenger: Occupant:

EVACUATIONS: Who Evacuated: Radius/Area:

Damages:


Length of Direction of
Closure Type
Description of Closure Closure Closure
Air: N


Major Artery:

Road: N
N

Waterway: N


Track: N


Passengers Transferred: UNKNOWN

Media Interest: NONE Community Impact due to Material: NO
____________________________________________________________________________

REMEDIAL ACTIONS
UNKNOWN

Release Secured: UNKNOWN Release Rate: Estimated Release Duration:





____________________________________________________________________________

WEATHER


Weather: UNKNOWN, ºF
____________________________________________________________________________

ADDITIONAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED

Federal: NO

State/Local: DEQ
State/Local On Scene: NO

State Agency Number: NONE
____________________________________________________________________________

NOTIFICATIONS BY NRC

DOT CRISIS MANAGEMENT CENTER (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (202)3661863

EPA OEM (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 14:40 (202)5643850 FRANKLIN

U.S. EPA VI (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:41 (214)6656428 LIOS

USCG FIST NEW ORLEANS (SUPERVISOR, FIST NEW ORLEANS)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (504)5894224

USCG COMMAND CENTER - FLAG PLOT (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 14:41 (202)2672100 BANNON

G-OPF FOLDER (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:41 (202)2672100 BANNON

GULF STRIKE TEAM (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:42 (251)4416601 NO VERBAL

LA DEPT OF ENV QUAL (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 14:37 (225)2193640

LA OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (225)9257500

LA OFFICE OF GOV ATTN ROLAND GUIDRY (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (225)2195800

LA OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 14:37 (504)5688537

MSO NEW ORLEANS (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 15:05 (504)8465923 PO PENLAND

NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE COORD CTR (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (202)2829201

NOAA 1ST CLASS BB RPTS FOR LA (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 14:37 (206)5266344

OTHER UNIT (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 15:08 NO VERBAL

SECTOR NEW ORLEANS (COMMAND CENTER)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (504)5894218

LA STATE POLICE (PRIMARY)

02-SEP-05 14:37 (225)9256595

TSA MARITIME AND LAND (PRIMARY)
02-SEP-05 14:37 (703)5633236

____________________________________________________________________________
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

THERE IS NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
___________________________________________________________________________

*** END INCIDENT REPORT # 771327 ***




posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 12:06 PM
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WOW IS ALL I HAVE TO SAY HERE!

HOW CAN WE TRUST THESE PEOPLE??????? look!


They can't even get the dates right in their event notifications!!!!



Event Notification Report for September 17, 2004
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Operations Center

Event Reports For
09/16/2004 - 09/17/2004

** EVENT NUMBERS **
40920 41040 41043 41044 41045 41046
!!!!! THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RETRACTED. THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RETRACTED !!!!!


Power Reactor Event Number: 41040
Facility: WATERFORD
Region: 4 State: LA
Unit: [3] [ ] [ ]
RX Type: [3] CE
NRC Notified By: BERNARD LAJAUNIE
HQ OPS Officer: BILL HUFFMAN Notification Date: 09/14/2004
Notification Time: 17:32 [ET]
Event Date: 09/14/2004
Event Time: 16:04 [CDT]
Last Update Date: 09/16/2004
Emergency Class: UNUSUAL EVENT
10 CFR Section:
50.72(a) (1) (i) - EMERGENCY DECLARED
Person (Organization):
DALE POWERS (R4)
CATHERINE HANEY (NRR)
PETER WILSON (IRD)
JANNIE EVERETTE (DHS)
STEINDURF (FEMA)


Unit SCRAM Code RX CRIT Initial PWR Initial RX Mode Current PWR Current RX Mode 3 N Y 100 Power Operation 100 Power Operation

Event Text

UNUSUAL EVENT DECLARED DUE TO HURRICANE WATCH IN ST. CHARLES PARISH

The following information was provided by the licensee via facsimile:

"Waterford 3 entered Unusual Event Emergency Classification due to the National Weather Service declaring a hurricane warning for St. Charles Parish at 1600 CDT."

The licensee has notified the NRC Resident Inspector.

* * * UPDATE ON 09/16/04 AT 0635 EDT FROM KENNY CAMBRE TO STEVE SANDIN * * *

Waterford 3 is no longer in an unusual event [as of 0502 CDT] . Hurricane watch/warnings for St. Charles Parish has been lifted at 0400.

The licensee notified the NRC Resident Inspector.

Notified NRC Region 4 IRC, FEMA (Kevin Biscoe), NRR (Catherine Haney), IRD (Peter Wilson), DHS (Frank Griggs).




posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 12:09 PM
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Loam once again I think maybe we ARE soulmates LOL we're posting the same type information at the same time again ...please STAY out of my brain okay?



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 12:14 PM
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Wow look at the Entergy fire above dated September 3, 2005.

I think we're onto something here I'm scared



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 01:01 PM
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You should be scared. Digging for answers and finding a truth that isn't as rosy as the lies we're told is scary stuff.

But don't be surprised if some folks "round these parts" refute your statements, even though you provide a ton of detailed information. I've noticed an alarming trend in some folks who are all too willing to challenge the info you and Loam present. It makes me wonder who they really are and why they're here. Who would possibly gain from trying to disuade us from seeking the truth?

Your information leads to questions. Those questions lead to the truth. Some want the truth burried. Others are probably too afraid to consider the truth. Loam and XGovGirl are onto something.



posted on Sep, 16 2005 @ 01:34 PM
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More Random Info:


Hurricane Katrina Slams Into Gulf Coast; Dozens Are Dead
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 29

"The extent of damage to the plant that shut down, Waterford, 20 miles west of New Orleans, was still unknown late Monday afternoon because the wind was blowing too hard to go out and look, said Diane Park, a spokeswoman."

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Entergy is using specialized divers, helicopters, and amphibious vehicles to locate and control gas leaks. We’re using highly trained experts, the most advanced technology, and skilled crew members to implement this attack plan. Although the leaks we’ve found are generally in flooded areas and pose no immediate safety threat, we’re focused on controlling them.




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Again how can they even use the word "undamaged" if they didn't even go in yet?????

NRC to survey undamaged Waterford 3 nuclear plant
Tue Aug 30, 2005 01:50 PM ET

yahoo.reuters.com...

NRC staff have independently verified that key plant systems and structures are undamaged and able to support current plant operations," the NRC said in a statement.

An NRC official will accompany state and federal officials during a survey of the site within the next 48 hours, including its evacuation routes and emergency sirens, the agency said. NRC approval is needed before the Waterford 3 plant can restart.

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Other Entergy plants in Katrina's path to consider

Separately, Entergy's Grand Gulf nuclear plant near Port Gibson, Mississippi, and River Bend Nuclear Station near Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were both operating at reduced power on Tuesday morning, the NRC said. "The plants operated through the storm, (so they weren't shut down) but voluntarily reduced power generation to assist in restoring stability to the electrical grid when a drop in energy consumption caused grid voltage to fluctuate," it said.



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NRC and Entergy are buddy buddies


NRC NEWS U. S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS, REGION IV
May 25, 1999

NRC WITHDRAWS $110,000 FINE
AGAINST ENTERGY'S WATERFORD 3 NUCLEAR POWER PLANT

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has withdrawn a $110,000 civil penalty it proposed in June 1998 against Entergy Operations, Inc.'s Waterford 3 nuclear power plant near Taft, Louisiana.

The NRC made the decision to rescind its action after considering new information submitted by Entergy in response to the enforcement action. The original civil penalty cited Waterford 3 for four violations associated with the testing of cooling water flow in the high pressure safety injection system (HPSI). The NRC has dropped two of these violations and re-classified the remaining two as Severity Level IV, which have no civil penalty.

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OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH TAX BREAKS FROM BUSH another Entergy Corp. Buddy


The two nuclear reactors join 10 others that the NRC has approved for power uprates since September 2001. The Bush administration's national energy plan, unveiled in May 2001, includes tax breaks and other incentives to encourage the expansion of nuclear energy through license extensions, power uprates and construction of new reactors.



WASHINGTON, DC, The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has approved requests by two nuclear power plant operators to increase their energy output.

Entergy Operations, Inc. plans to increase the generating capacity of the Waterford Electric Station, Unit 3, located 20 miles west of New Orleans, Louisiana, by about 1.5 percent, or about 16 megawatts.


Entergy Corp.'s 1,075-MW Waterford-3 plant in Louisiana is 80 percent finished with a full visual inspection of the reactor vessel as part of an ongoing refueling outage. Entergy told the NRC that it did not find any corrosion.

Lehman Brothers analysts had placed the Waterford-3 plant among three U.S. plants most susceptible to corrosion.



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Entergy Corp. and the NRC are starting to look like big time liars!





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