posted on Nov, 4 2012 @ 12:46 AM
No timeline for full power at New Jersey nuclear
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc's provided no timeline for its Salem 1 nuclear plant to fully start-up after it shut down from superstorm
Shouldnt this be major news considering the disaster at Fukushima?
While this wasnt a Tsunami, Sandy was an extremely powerful storm producing 95mph winds resulting in tidal waves.
Considering its history
may be an even greater reason to be concerned.
P.S.E.&G.'s nuclear power operations have had problems for more than a decade. In the 1990's, the Salem reactors were shut down for two years
because of maintenance problems. In 2004, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission took on additional oversight of the Salem County plants and stepped up the
monitoring of them after consultants found a number of problems, including a leaky generator, unreliable controls on a reactor and workers who feared
that reporting problems would lead to retaliation.
So whats really going on? The last thing that the Billion dollar nuclear energy industry needs is an outcry against dangerous, radioactive, toxic
waste producing, nuclear energy.
What ARENT they telling us?
edit on 4-11-2012 by gladtobehere because: (no reason given)