Disclosure stirs Lake Huron nuclear waste worries


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Ongoing concern over a proposed nuclear waste site very near Lake Huron took a new twist recently. A Canadian government review panel is exploring the viability of a new underground storage facility in Kincardine, Ontario.

That’s about 111 miles across the water from Port Huron.

The facility is almost a half mile underground but little more than a kilometer from the lake. It would hold low to intermediate radioactive waste. Recent comments by a Canadian nuclear scientist suggest Ontario Power Generation, the utility behind the project, seriously underestimated levels of radioactivity at the proposed site.

James Clift is the policy director for the Michigan Environmental Council in Lansing. Clift explains what differentiates the levels of radioactive waste and how we deal with nuclear waste in Michigan.

2 thoughts on “Disclosure stirs Lake Huron nuclear waste worries

  1. OH gee, gosh Golly, Don’t sweat it,,,,Fukushima radiation is obviously deemed safe by the puke governments of the world, how can any other radiation possibly cause harm, injury or damages?

    You can trust the fake gov’t, just ask the Indians

  2. The dangers and the health-related detrimental effects of this waste are discussed at the highly recommended site Enenews dot com.

    Join the conversation at Enenews. All are welcome.

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