- Jan 8, 2021 7:32 pm GMT
"The contention: Filed by three anti-nuclear groups—Beyond Nuclear, the Sierra Club, and the Alliance for a Progressive Virginia—the 71-page hearing request argues that Dominion’s environmental report, submitted in support of its application, “fails to satisfy” the National Environmental Policy Act, as well as 10 CFR 51.53(c)(2) and 51.45(a), 'because [the report] does not address the environmental impacts of operating North Anna Units 1 and 2 during the extended SLR term under the significant risk of an earthquake that exceeds the design basis for the reactors.'"
So let me get this straight: a nuclear plant that has prevented 353 million metric tonnes of CO2 emissions "fails to satisfy" environmental standards; one that has proven more safe than it was designed to be, isn't safe enough.
The Crazy knows no bounds.
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