Friday, November 20, 2020

NRC Issues Confirmatory Order to Arizona Public Service Company

Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: IV-20-024 November 18, 2020
Contact: Victor Dricks, 817-200-1128

NRC Issues Confirmatory Order to Arizona Public Service Company
​​​​​​​
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued to Arizona Public Service Co. a Confirmatory Order, documenting mutually agreed upon actions to implement programs designed to address regulatory compliance issues that contributed to two apparent violations of NRC requirements. APS operates the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Tonopah, Ariz.

The apparent violations involved the company’s failure to (1) perform a written evaluation for a change to a dry cask storage system used for spent nuclear fuel and obtain a license amendment for the way they performed accident calculations and (2) adequately analyze the consequences of a hypothetical accident involving a cask tip over on the independent spent fuel storage installation pad. The apparent violations of NRC requirements are described in a July 6 NRC inspection report.

Company officials requested the Alternative Dispute Resolution process with the NRC to discuss corrective actions. The process uses a neutral mediator with no decision-making authority to assist the NRC and its licensees in reaching an agreement.

Following a Sept. 16 meeting with company officials, the NRC issued the Confirmatory Order documenting actions that the company has agreed to take.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

NRC Fines TVA More Than $900,000 for Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant Violations; Cites Three Individuals for Their Roles in the 2015 Incident

Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: 20-054 October 27, 2020
CONTACT: Scott Burnell, 301-415-8200

NRC Fines TVA More Than $900,000 for Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant Violations; Cites Three Individuals for Their Roles in the 2015 Incident

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued notices of violation and three civil penalties totaling $903,471 to the Tennessee Valley Authority, and issued violations to two managers and a plant operator for their roles in a 2015 incident.

The enforcement actions are the result of an NRC investigation into events that occurred during and after the startup of Watts Bar Unit 1 following a maintenance outage in November 2015. During the startup, operators failed to follow plant procedures and subsequently failed to properly document their actions in the control room log. Shift managers also failed to review the logs to ensure their accuracy.

Through numerous inspections, interviews, and predecisional enforcement conferences over more than four years, the NRC identified five TVA violations associated with non-conservative decision making, procedural violations, and incomplete and/or inaccurate information regarding the events provided by the utility to the NRC.

TVA and the three cited individuals have 30 days to respond to the NRC’s enforcement actions.

Footnote: Supporting documents will be available through the NRC’s electronic document database, ADAMS.

Exelon Generation Company, LLC - Review Of Quality Assurance Program Changes (EPID L-2019-LLQ-0003)

Exelon Generation Company, LLC - Review Of Quality Assurance Program Changes (EPID L-2019-LLQ-0003)

ADAMS Accession No. ML20287A130

ML20287A130.pdf

Three Mile Island:  Three Mile Island Nuclear Station, Unit 1 – NRC Inspection Report No. 07200077/2020001

Three Mile Island:  Three Mile Island Nuclear Station, Unit 1 – NRC Inspection Report No. 07200077/2020001

ML20307A598

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Fire barrier at Susquehanna nuclear plant discovered to be composed of "combustible material", (NRC Fire Inspection, 10/27/20)

Edwin Lyman
@NucSafetyUCS

This is nuts:  @NRCgov cited the Susquehanna #nuclear plant in #Pennsylvania after discovering that part of a barrier in place since 1982 intended to protect a diesel-powered fire pump from a 3-hour fire was actually composed of a combustible material (!) https://nrc.gov/docs/ML2030/ML20301A482.pdf

12:37 AM · Oct 30, 2020·Twitter Web App


Fire Inspection report, (NRC, 10_27_20).pdf

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Blog - The science is in: Nuclear is out

 
 

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

PA Radiation Discovery


DeMystifying Nuclear Power

TUE, OCT 27

BY ARNIE GUNDERSEN / EDITOR MAGGIE GUNDERSEN

Many years ago, I woke up on a Sunday morning to find three State Police Bomb Squad cars and one truck pulling a bomb disposal trailer parked on the lot next door to our home in rural Connecticut…



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Friday, October 23, 2020

THREE MILE ISLAND: NRC INSPECTION REPORT NO. 05000289/2020004, EXELON GENERATION CO., LLC, THREE MILE ISLAND UNIT 1, MIDDLETOWN, PA

THREE MILE ISLAND:  NRC INSPECTION REPORT NO. 05000289/2020004, EXELON GENERATION CO., LLC, THREE MILE ISLAND UNIT 1, MIDDLETOWN, PA

ML20296A549

Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Regulatory Virtual Audit Plan Regarding License Amendment Request to Adopt TSTF-505, Revision 2 (EPID L-2020-LLA-0120))

Subject:  Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Regulatory Virtual Audit Plan Regarding License Amendment Request to Adopt TSTF-505, Revision 2 (EPID L-2020-LLA-0120))

ADAMS Accession No.:  ML20290A524

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

PA - No Press Coverage


 

Friday, October 16, 2020

NRC 2020-2021 Information Digest Now Available Online

Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: 20-050 October 15, 2020
CONTACT: Office of Public Affairs, 301-415-8200

NRC 2020-2021 Information Digest Now Available Online

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has published the 2020-2021 edition of its Information Digest, which describes, in plain language and with visual aids, the agency's mission, responsibilities, accomplishments and activities related to the civilian use of radioactive materials.

The NRC Information Digest is published annually and, beginning this year, will be available only electronically on the NRC website. This new online-edition, NUREG-1350, Volume 32, is a quick reference guide to the agency and industry in an easy-to-use format.

The Digest has embedded hyperlinks for ready access to additional information on major topics. The NRC graphics, figures, maps, and data sets also will be available online.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

NRC Names New Resident Inspector at Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Plant

Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: I-20-020 October 14, 2020
Contact: Diane Screnci, 610-337-5330 Neil Sheehan, 610-337-5331

NRC Names New Resident Inspector at Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Plant

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has selected Ronald Rolph as the new resident inspector at the Beaver Valley nuclear power plant in Shippingport, Pa.

Rolph joined the NRC in 2004 as a materials inspector in the Division of Nuclear Materials Safety at the agency’s Region I Office in King of Prussia, Pa. In 2007, he worked as a reactor health physics inspector, also in the Region I Office.

He became qualified as an NRC resident inspector and has performed in various acting positions as a resident inspector while also conducting health physics inspections. Most recently, he served as acting resident inspector at the Salem nuclear power plant from July through September 2020.

Rolph holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematical science and master’s degree in information technology from Pennsylvania State University.

Each U.S. commercial nuclear power plant has at least two NRC resident inspectors. Rolph joins the NRC’s senior resident inspector at Beaver Valley, Gwynne Eatmon, serving as the agency’s eyes and ears at the facility, carrying out inspections, monitoring significant work projects and interacting with plant workers and the public.

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Issuance of Amendment Nos. 276 and 258 Re: Revise Technical Specification 5.5.2 to Modify the Design-Basis Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis (EPID L-2020-LLA-0000)

SUBJECT:  Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Issuance of Amendment Nos. 276 and 258 Re: Revise Technical Specification 5.5.2 to Modify the Design-Basis Loss-of-Coolant Accident Analysis (EPID L-2020-LLA-0000)

​​​​​​ADAMS Accession No.  ML20199G749

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Energy Harbor will be Seeking Exemptions

Energy Harbor setting up request for Exemption with this regulation rollback
This is the setup phase.

ML20273A290
​​​​​​​https://adamswebsearch2.nrc.gov/webSearch2/main.jsp?AccessionNumber=ML20273A290 

Document Title:
Beaver Valley Power Station, Unit Nos. 1 and 2, Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station, Unit No. 1 and Perry Nuclear Power Plant, Unit No. 1 - Request to Use Provision in Later Edition of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section XI

Document Type:
Code Relief or Alternative
Letter

Document Date:
09/28/2020
 

Sunday, October 4, 2020

2020/09/17 NRR E-mail Capture - Corrected Acceptance Review for Susquehanna - Revise Technical Specifications to Adopt TSTF-582, "Reactor Pressure Vessel Water Inventory Control (RPV WIC) Enhancements" (EPID L-2020-LLA-0197)

Subject:  2020/09/17 NRR E-mail Capture - Corrected Acceptance Review for Susquehanna - Revise Technical Specifications to Adopt TSTF-582, "Reactor Pressure Vessel Water Inventory Control (RPV WIC) Enhancements"  (EPID L-2020-LLA-0197)

ADAMS Accession No. ML20261H427

ML20261H427.pdf

Monday, September 28, 2020

NRC Names New Senior Resident Inspector at Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant

Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: I-20-019 September 28, 2020
Contact: Diane Screnci, 610-337-5330 Neil Sheehan, 610-337-5331

NRC Names New Senior Resident Inspector at Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has selected Christopher Highley as the new senior resident inspector at the Susquehanna nuclear power plant in Salem Township (Luzerne County), Pa.

Highley joined the NRC in late 2014 as a reactor engineer in the Division of Reactor Projects in the agency’s Region I Office in King of Prussia, Pa. Since November 2015, he has served as the resident inspector at the Millstone nuclear power plant in Connecticut.

Prior to joining the agency, Highley served for more than 25 years in the U.S. Navy, including 11 years as an enlisted nuclear operator. His assignments included serving onboard the USS Abraham Lincoln, at the Charleston Nuclear Power Training Unit and as a combat systems officer and joint planning officer with the U.S. Army’s III Corps and U.S. Forces Iraq.

Highley holds a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, with a minor in math and physics, from the University of Arizona.

Each U.S. commercial nuclear power plant has at least two NRC resident inspectors. Highley joins resident inspector Matt Rossi, serving as the agency’s eyes and ears at the facility, conducting inspections, monitoring significant work projects and interacting with plant workers and the public.

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Ohio AG Complaint

All the below are named as defendants

B. DEFENDANTS:

2. FIRSTENERGY CORP. is an Akron, Ohio-based public utility holding company. FirstEnergy Corp. is the parent company of FirstEnergy Service Company and former parent company of FirstEnergy Solutions Corp. FirstEnergy Corp. senior management, including its then-President and CEO Charles Jones, also served as senior officers of FirstEnergy Service Company. FirstEnergy Corp. directed and controlled the operation of FirstEnergy Service Company through this shared leadership. FirstEnergy Corp. also played an integral role in establishing and funding Partners for Progress, Inc., which is described below.

3. FIRSTENERGY SERVICE COMPANY (“FIRSTENERGY SERVICE”) is an Ohio corporation with its principal place of business in Akron, Ohio, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. At all times relevant to this Complaint, FirstEnergy Service provided administrative, management, financial, compliance, ethical, external affairs, and political and regulatory advocacy services to FirstEnergy Solutions Corp. In

9

re: FIRSTENERGY SOLUTIONS CORP., et al., 18-50757(AMK), US District Court, NDOH ED, 18-50757amk Doc 2721-1 at 50-51. Because of this relationship, FirstEnergy Service is inextricably intertwined with FirstEnergy Solutions Corp. and the affairs of a corrupt enterprise, which is referred to herein as “The Unholy Alliance.” 4. FIRSTENERGY SOLUTIONS CORP. (“FIRSTENERGY SOLUTIONS”) was an Akron, Ohio-based operator of two financially troubled nuclear power generation stations located in the State of Ohio. FirstEnergy Solutions operated as a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp. On March 31, 2018, FirstEnergy Solutions filed a voluntary petition for relief under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio. FirstEnergy Solutions continued to operate the two Ohio nuclear plants throughout 2018 and 2019. On February 27, 2020, FirstEnergy Solutions emerged from these bankruptcy proceedings as Energy Harbor Corp.

5. ENERGY HARBOR CORP. (“ENERGY HARBOR”) is a Delaware corporation with its principal place of business in Akron, Ohio. Through bankruptcy proceedings, Energy Harbor is successor in interest to the former FirstEnergy Solutions and its nuclear power generation plants in Ohio. As successor in interest, Energy Harbor will be the direct beneficiary of House Bill 6 and the resulting subsidies. Energy Harbor stands to receive benefits in excess of $1.3 billion as the result of statutory changes contained in House Bill 6 of the 133rd Ohio General Assembly. Prior to FirstEnergy Solutions’ emergence from bankruptcy as Energy Harbor, a number of key executives now within Energy Harbor held similar positions within FirstEnergy Solutions.

HB6complaint92320.pdf

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission launches investigation into FirstEnergy Corp.

First Energy now under SEC investigation

Friday, September 25, 2020

[decomm_wkg] FRN - Fresh and Spent Fuel Pool Criticality Analyses

Docketed today: FRN - Fresh and Spent Fuel Pool Criticality Analyses
Comment by: October 23, 2020

Document Title:
DG 1373 RG 1.240 Federal Register Notice - Fresh and Spent Fuel Pool Criticality Analyses

Document Type:
Federal Register Notice

Document Date:
09/02/2020
 

[decomm_wkg] Summary Of The July 30, 2020, Higher Burnup Workshop

The Workshop was about enriched fuel for existing nuclear plants up to 10% and next generation / advanced reactors with up to 19.75%



Document Title:
Summary Of The July 30, 2020, Higher Burnup Workshop Category 2 Public Meeting

Document Type:
Meeting Summary Memoranda

Document Date:
09/24/2020

2020/09/22 NRR E-mail Capture - Exelon Generation Company, LLC - Fleet Request to Use Paragraph IWA-5120 of the 2017 Edition of the ASME B&PV Code, Section XI (EPID: L-2020-LLR-0118)

Subject:  2020/09/22 NRR E-mail Capture - Exelon Generation Company, LLC - Fleet Request to Use Paragraph IWA-5120 of the 2017 Edition of the ASME B&PV Code, Section XI (EPID: L-2020-LLR-0118)

ADAMS Accession No.:  ML20266G303

ML20266G303.pdf

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Exemption Request From Certain Requirements of 10 CFR Part 73, Appendix B, "General Criteria For Security Personnel" (EPID L-2020-LLE-0094 [COVID-19])

Subject:  Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Exemption Request From Certain Requirements of 10 CFR Part 73, Appendix B, "General Criteria For Security Personnel" (EPID L-2020-LLE-0094 [COVID-19])

ADAMS Accession No. ML20232C272

ML20232C272.pdf

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Reactor Outage Chart 2020

 

Expected US Nuclear Plant Refueling Outages in 2020

Plant

City

State

Company

Approx. Start

Browns Ferry

Athens

AL

Tennesee Valley Authority

Mid Feb

Grand Gulf

Port Gibson

MS

Entergy

Mid Feb

Brunswick

Southport

NC

Duke Energy Progress

Late Feb

David Besse

Oak Harbor

OH

First Energy

Late Feb

Byron

Byron

IL

Exelon

Early Mar

Nine Mile

Oswego

NY

Exelon

Early Mar

Vogtle

Augusta

GA

Southern Nuclear Operating Co.

Early Mar

South Texas Project

Wadsworth

TX

STP Nuclear Operating Co.

Early Mar

Arkansas Nuclear One

Russellville

AR

Entergy

Early Mar

Point Beach

Two Rivers

WI

NextEra (FPL)

Early Mar

Salem

Hancocks Bridge

NJ

PSEG

Early Mar

Fermi

Frenchtown Charter Twp.

MI

DTE Energy

Mid Mar

McGuire

Huntersville

NC

Duke Energy Progress

Mid Mar

Susquehanna

Berwick

PA

Talen Energy

Mid Mar

Sequoyah

Soddy Daisy

TN

Tennesee Valley Authority

Late Mar

Beaver Valley

Shippingport

PA

First Energy

Late Mar

Limerick

Pottstown

PA

Exelon

Late Mar

Quad Cities

Cordova

IL

Exelon

Late Mar

Turkey Point

Florida City

FL

Florida Power & Light

Late Mar

Seabrook

Seabrook

NH

NextEra Energy

Early Apr

Salem

Hancocks Bridge

NJ

PSEG

Early Apr

Palo Verde

Tonopah

AZ

Arizona Public Service Co.

Early Apr

Comanche Peak

Glen Rose

TX

Luminant

Early Apr

Ginna

Ontario

NY

Exelon

Early Apr

Oconee

Seneca

SC

Duke Energy

Early Apr

VC Summer

Jenkinsville

SC

Dominion Energy

Early Apr

Millstone

Waterford

CT

Dominion Energy

Early Apr

Braidwood

Braceville

IL

Exelon

Mid Apr

Watts Bar

Spring City

TN

Tennesee Valley Authority

Mid Apr

Catawba

York

SC

Duke Energy

Early May

Surry

Surry

VA

Dominion Energy

Early May

Indian Point

Buchanan

NY

Entergy

Early May

Palisades

Covert

MI

Entergy

Late Aug

North Anna

Mineral

VA

Dominion Energy

Early Sep

Robinson

Hartsville

SC

Duke Energy Progress

Early Sep

Vogtle

Augusta

GA

Southern Nuclear Operating Co.

Early Sep

Fitzpatrick

Oswego

NY

Exelon

Early Sep

Prairie Island

Welch

MN

Northern States Power

Early Sep

DC Cook

Bridgman

MI

AEP

Mid Sep

McGuire

Huntersville

NC

Duke Energy

Mid Sep

Cooper

Brownville

NE

Nebraska Public Power District

Mid Sep

Waterford

Killona

LA

Entergy

Mid Sep

Point Beach

Two Rivers

WI

NextEra (FPL)

Early Oct

Salem

Hancocks Bridge

NJ

PSEG

Early Oct

Palo Verde

Tonopah

AZ

Arizona Public Service Co.

Early Oct

Browns Ferry

Athens

AL

Tennesee Valley Authority

Early Oct

Diablo Canyon

Avila Beach

CA

Pacific Gas & Electric

Early Oct

Callaway

Fulton

MO

Ameren

Early Oct

Byron

Byron

IL

Exelon

Early Oct

Turkey Point

Florida City

FL

Florida Power & Light

Early Oct

Farley

Dothan

AL

southern Nuclear Operating Co.

Early Oct

Gomanche Peak

Glen Rose

TX

Luminant

Early Oct

Peach Bottom

Delta

PA

Exelon

Mid Oct

Millstone

Waterford

CT

Dominion Energy

Mid Oct

Watts Bar

Spring City

TN

Tennesee Valley Authority

Mid Oct

Duane Arnold

Palo

IA

NextEra Energy

Late Oct

Source: Nuclear Energy Institute

Expected US Nuclear Plant Refueling Outages in 2020.docx

Fresh and Spent Fuel Pool Criticality Analyses

ML20206K890
https://adamswebsearch2.nrc.gov/webSearch2/main.jsp?AccessionNumber=ML20206K890 

Document Title:
DG 1373 RG 1.240 Federal Register Notice - Fresh and Spent Fuel Pool Criticality Analyses

Document Type:
Federal Register Notice

Document Type:
09/02/2020

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

NUC REG COMM

SUBJECT: THREE MILE ISLAND NUCLEAR STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT RELATED TO REQUEST FOR EXEMPTIONS FROM CERTAIN EMERGENCY PLANNING REQUIREMENTS (EPID L-2019-LLE-0016)

ADAMS Accession Number: ML20237F337

NUC REG COMM.pdf

TMI Emergency Plan Exemption

ML20237F336
https://adamswebsearch2.nrc.gov/webSearch2/main.jsp?AccessionNumber=ML20237F336 

TMI-1 EP Exemption EA

Saturday, September 19, 2020

NRC Schedules Webinars to Present Environmental Findings on Proposed Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility in Texas

Nuclear Regulatory Commission - News Release
No: 20-046 September 16, 2020
CONTACT: David McIntyre, 301-415-8200

NRC Schedules Webinars to Present Environmental Findings on Proposed Spent Nuclear Fuel Storage Facility in Texas

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold four webinars in October to present its draft environmental findings and receive comments on Interim Storage Partners’ proposed consolidated spent nuclear fuel storage facility in Andrews County, Texas.

The NRC remains committed to opportunities for the public to inform the agency’s decisions related to its draft Environmental Impact Statement on the ISP proposal. In 2017, the NRC staff held two webinars and two in-person meetings in Texas and New Mexico. This fall, the agency planned similar public meetings; however, in-person meetings during the comment period will not be possible because of the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Information for the webinars will be posted on the NRC’s Public Meetings webpage. They will be held at different times of the day to maximize opportunities for the public to participate. The webinars are tentatively scheduled for Oct. 1 from 6-9 p.m.; Oct. 6 from 2-5 p.m.; Oct. 8 from 6-9 p.m.; and Oct. 15 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. All times are Eastern.

The draft EIS for ISP’s proposed consolidated interim spent nuclear fuel storage facility was published in May for a 120-day public comment period, which has been extended because of the COVID-19 public health emergency, for a total comment period of 180 days.

Comments will be accepted through Nov. 3, including by mail to the Office of Administration, Mail Stop: TWFN-7-A60M, ATTN: Program Management, Announcements and Editing Staff, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC 20555-0001; email at WCS_CISF_EIS@nrc.gov; and posting online at the federal government’s rulemaking website, using Docket ID NRC-2016-0231. Information regarding the NRC’s review of the ISP application is available on the NRC website, including the draft EIS, reader’s guides in English and Spanish, and a detailed explanation of how to submit comments.

Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Senior Reactor and Reactor Operator Initial License Examinations

Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Senior Reactor and Reactor Operator Initial License Examinations

ADAMS Accession No.  ML20261H403

PBAPS.pdf

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Senior Reactor and Reactor Operator Initial License Examinations

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 - Senior Reactor and Reactor Operator Initial License Examinations


ADAMS Accession No.  ML20261H398

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Cost-Benefit Analysis - Valuing Nonfatal Cancer Risks in Cost-Benefit Analysis

 $$$ SECY-20-0074: Valuing Nonfatal Cancer Risks in Cost-Benefit Analysis


Docketed 8/27/2020 

​​​​​​​Document Title:
SECY-20-0074: Valuing Nonfatal Cancer Risks in Cost-Benefit Analysis

Document Type:
Commission SECY Paper

Document Date:
08/12/2020

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Friday, September 11, 2020

ZOOM WEBINAR: Security & Nuclear Power, 9/28, 8 pm ET

ZOOM WEBINAR: 

Security & Nuclear Power, 9/28, 8 pm ET


The September 11, 2001 attacks on the U.S. using hijacked commercial aircraft heightened security concerns around the nuclear power industry. The hijackers flew flight training missions over New York’s Indian Point nuclear power station. United Flight 99 crashed just 130 miles from Pennsylvania’s Three Mile Island power station.


Nuclear security concerns include criminal and military-style acts -- armed intrusion, vehicles or missiles carrying explosives, and insider sabotage -- targeting operating nuclear stations or radioactive materials including nuclear waste. 


Three Mile Island Alert security consultant Scott Portzline is hosting a Zoom webinar on this topic Monday, September 28 at 8PM ET. Register