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Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant (Exelon)
Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant (Exelon)
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Early Results Are In For FEMA’s Full Scale Radiological Emergency Test

First responders and Oyster Creek were put through the paces last week as part of a full scale Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Radiological Emergency Preparedness Drill.

The drill is

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Oyster Creek Undergoes a Flood Hazard Audit

Protective measures and assessments continue at U.S. nuclear power plants following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant meltdown in Japan.

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Oyster Creek Sandy Response Acceptable: NRC

Steps taken to counteract the surge of water at the Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant in Lacey during Superstorm Sandy get a conditional thumbs-up from federal inspectors.

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Oyster Creek Nuclear Power Plant (photo courtesy Exelon Corp)
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FEMA Drills Tests Communication In Case of Nuclear Emergency

Towns within a ten mile radius of the Oyster Creek Power Plant will be participating in a drill mandated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in order to test their communication and response systems in case of a nuclear disaster.

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Janet Tauro (c), NJ Environmental Federation, at NRC June 6 Public Meeting in Toms River (Townsquare Media)
Janet Tauro (c), NJ Environmental Federation, at NRC June 6 Public Meeting in Toms River (Townsquare Media)
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What Does Appellate Decision Mean For Oyster Creek’s Future?

Judges on an appeals panel hold the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's feet to the fire about long-term storage of used nuclear fuel. Environmental advocates see immediate repercussions at the Oyster Creek generating station in Lacey Township, scheduled to close in seven years, for all operators of GE Mark One reactors, and for America's energy policy overall.

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Oyster Creek Off Site Emergency Review Postponed Until 2012

The off site emergency management review for the Oyster Creek Power Plant in Lacey is postponed into next year thanks to Hurricane Irene.

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