Fears reactor gas was poisoned

October 1998
International Power Generation;Oct98, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p8
Academic Journal
Reports that people reacted in fears when gas from the reactor coolant circuit at Scottish Nuclear-owned Hunterston B advanced nuclear power station had been sucked back into the clean operational carbon-dioxide storage tanks. Details on the report of the Health and Safety Executive regarding the incident; Safety measure placed in the nuclear power plant.


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