(NRC page on Seabrook)

NRC Staff’s pre-Fukushima statement that, “The generic analysis (GELS) applies to all plants… and that the probability- weighted consequences of atmospheric releases fallout onto open bodies of water, releases to ground water, and societal and economic impacts of severe accidents are of small significance for all plants” (SEIS 5-2, 5-3) requires a fresh look. Read the first 63 pages of our Comments re: License renewal at Seabrook.  Seabrook NUREG-1437, Supplement 46, Section 5.0 – October 26, 2011. The complete 192 pages.

2012-08-03 NRC Staff Answer to a contention Friends of the Coast/New England Coalition  (FOTC/NEC) filed in the Seabrook License Renewal Application proceeding CONCERNING TEMPORARY STORAGE AND ULTIMATE DISPOSAL OF NUCLEAR WASTE

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