Posts Tagged ‘closed cycle cooling’

Environmental Groups Sue EPA on Deficient Cooling Water Intake Rule

• American Littoral Society • Casco Baykeeper • Delaware Riverkeeper Network • Environment America • Environment Massachusetts • Hackensack Riverkeeper • Save the Bay – Narraganset… Read More

Feds: Relatively few fish die if NY nukes continue

How to Close a Nuclear Power Plant

A Q&A With Phillip Musegaas, Riverkeeper Hudson River Program Director To continue to operate its Indian Point nuclear reactors on the Hudson River 35 miles from Midtown Manhattan, Entergy needs … Read More

Hearing puts Indian Point in the spotlight

How long would it take a power plant to empty an Olympic swimming pool?

It would take only 20 seconds for a power plant cooling water intake structure (at the largest plants) to empty an Olympic-sized swimming pool. EPA has extended the cooling water intake rule comment … Read More

Protecting our Waterways From Power Plants: Why it matters to the future of America’s majestic rivers

Paul Gallay, Executive Director & Hudson Riverkeeper and environmental attorney Reed Super talk about how power plants using once-through cooling technology to cool their turbines and produce ele… Read More

Tell the EPA: Take a Stand Against Industry Pressure and Save Millions of Hudson River Fish Each Year

Up and down the shores of the Hudson River, power plants continue to use outdated technology known as once-through cooling and withdraw nearly five billion gallons of the river’s water each day to p… Read More

Closed-cycle cooling remains best for Indian Point

Showdown nears over Indian Point’s future

Oyster Creek decision shows focus is on cooling systems

Tell Gov. Hochul to block invasive species at the Erie and Champlain canals
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