[ RadSafe ] Claim that Film exposes ?regulatory capture? of USA?s NRC

Dan McCarn hotgreenchile at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 23:50:06 CST 2012

Fritz Niehaus at the IAEA suggested the same thing - simply release it.

On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 10:00 PM, S L Gawarecki <slgawarecki at gmail.com>wrote:

> Do you know what happened to that tritium-contaminated water from
> Brookhaven?  It was put in tanker trucks and shipped to Oak Ridge,
> Tennessee.  There is was fed into a thermal treatment unit at Duratek at
> levels below their air permit limit (and within their license limit) until
> it was gone--up in the air.  What sense did that make?  The risk of all
> those trucks on the road was probably much greater than the potential
> exposure at either site.  Personally, I think it would have been smarter to
> have left it in the ground back at Brookhaven to decay in peace.
> Susan Gawarecki
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