Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Help watchdog nuclear safety risks by calling in

In the Great Lakes: Davis-Besse, OH & Palisades, MI

Please help the anti-nuclear movement of Ohio and Michigan by calling in to Nuclear Regulatory Commission meetings about serious safety risks at the Davis-Besse atomic reactor near Toledo on the Lake Erie shoreline (Jan. 5), and at the Palisades atomic reactor, just across Lake Michigan from Chicago (Jan. 11).

The subject matter, dates, times, and call-in numbers are:
1. Re: cracking in the 35 year old Davis-Besse atomic reactor shield building/secondary containment structure in northwest Ohio, on the Lake Erie shoreline
Thursday, Jan. 5, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Eastern time

Call in to the toll-free teleconference number 1-800-369-1122 and enter passcode 7687149.

2. Re: 5 un-planned shut downs in 2011 of the over 40 year old Palisades atomic reactor in southwest Michigan, on the Lake Michigan shoreline
Wednesday, Jan. 11, starting at 9:00 a.m. Central (Chicago) time, and starting again at 1:30 p.m. Central time

Call in to the toll-free teleconference number 1-888-283-3870 and enter passcode 7515976.

Click here for more in depth background information on all of the above. (including on how to attend in person if you live close enough!)

If you can call-in, please RSVP to Kevin Kamps at Beyond Nuclear, so he can keep NRC informed about how many phone lines are needed:, or (240) 462-3216. Thanks!

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