The University of Arizona plans to shut down its nuclear reactor by mid-2010. The license for the 51-year-old reactor, used for research, expires next year, and Director John Williams says it isn't used enough to warrant a vigorous re-licensing process with the Nuclear Reg ... More >>
Critics say Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station is headed for trouble
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WHEN IT COLLECTS AIRBORN SAMPLES OF RADIOACTIVE DUST, PALO VERDE THINKS SMALL
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