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30 cubic meters of Uranium solution leaked into the canalisation and into the ground, from the French facility for atomic reclaiming Tricastin – the operator of this facility is AREVA [map]
According to the French atomic supervisory agency ASN web each litre which has leaked from Tricastin contains twelve grams of Uranium.
That’s 12 GRAMS OF URANIUM IN EACH CUBIC METER – IN THE THE WATER – NOW
Fish from the environment near to Tricastin is no longer allowed to eat. What does that mean? Up to which radius? For how long?
More News can be expected within the next days, as ASN said. More inforamtion about Tricastin HERE
Thank you EdF and ASN, let’s wait. Maybe Uranium half-life is two days or something, who cares.
Of course AREVA is not going to pay, mind you. For what? Uranium? Pah!
AREVA is one of the biggest pro-atomic-lobbyists and suspected inventor of the CORE program (how to end Chernobyl) – a “humanitarian” project – more about this HERE
More French atomic scandals here:
EdF – Eléctricité der France and the rising suicide rate in in Chinon atomic power plant
Cooperation between Lybia and France on the atomic sector
French atomic power plant: Worker contaminated with radiation – Again
Bad Business – France and Lybia on the atomic sector
It’s a nice club of scandals: The U.S. with atomic bombs over the U.S. sent by the USAF, and, of course their scandal safety condition of U.S. atom bombs in the E.U. , then Germany with it’s Asse II scandal and now France with some new scandals.
Let’s build more atomic power plants. It’s safe energy, it’s green energy.
And don’t forget to drink that Uranium water. With electrolyte!
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