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Vt. (AP) The Shumlin administration has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for information about malfunctioning radiation monitors at the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant. The plant's owner said radiation monitors produced false signals but did not
Chernobyl NPP The expert mission of the International Atomic Energy Agency started its work at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant to examine the causes, the course of the liquidation and the radiological consequences of the partial collapse of the
Pennsylvania will step up its monitoring of naturally occurring radiation levels in water, rock cuttings and drilling wastes associated with oil and gas development in a yearlong study that will be peer-reviewed, the state's environmental agency
Government radiation monitoring in areas near Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant is unreliable, Greenpeace charged on Tuesday, with heavily populated areas exposed to 13 times the legal limit. The environmental group said authorities were
In March, San Clemente's elected leaders will take up the question of whether there is a need for more monitoring of radiation levels in this coastal town, just over two miles away from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Tuesday night,
Officials say 13 homes have been lost so far and three others damaged. The twin-engine plane, which can take digital photographs and video as well as thermal and night images, was sent to New York City to take air samples after
Monitoring systems in other prefectures with nuclear power plants also face similar risks of a breakdown, requiring an urgent review, analysts say. Twenty-two of the 23 round-the-clock radiation monitors installed around the crisis-hit Fukushima No...
The Environmental Protection Agency has ratcheted down the nation's radiation monitoring program for rain, drinking water and milk in response to a consistent drop in the levels of fallout detected in the wake of the Japanese nuclear crisis.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just announced that it will cease additional monitoring in the US for radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan, even though no great progress has been made at the plant to halt
Originally published Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 1:00 PM No increased radiation detected in S. Calif. yet Air quality officials say they have not detected increased radiation levels in Southern California from a crippled nuclear power plant in Japan.