According to Kevin Scarce – no need to worry about Fukushima nuclear plant

Fukushima scarcely a worry Adelaide Advertiser, Adelaide,  Paul Starick 25 Jun 2015  FORMER governor Kevin Scarce says the Fukushima disaster doesn’t pose a major barrier to the nuclear industry’s development in SA.

The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commissioner, who toured the Fukushima exclusion zone during a global study tour, says the 2011 nuclear power plant meltdown was a result of poor design and management. In an exclusive interview with The Advertiser, Rear Admiral (retired) Scarce said the six-country study tour had demonstrated SA was technically capable, with help, of developing a nuclear industry, from the enrichment to spent fuel rod reprocessing, if this was financially viable.

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……. Rear Admiral Scarce said the disaster had prompted safety rethinks at other sites the three-person delegation visited during the Asian and European tour, completed this month…..it doesn’t indicate to me that we shouldn’t be looking at this technology. “It means we’ve got to be very careful. We’ve got to be aware of what the consequences are.

“As devastating as Fukushima was, the subsequent improvements made since then enable us to go and look at this technology for our future.”….

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http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/nuclear-royal-commissioner-kevin-scarce-says-fukushima-nuclear-disaster-no-major-barrier-to-sa-industry/story-fnpp66pk-1227413485904

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One Response to “According to Kevin Scarce – no need to worry about Fukushima nuclear plant”

  1. Gerardo Bacorn Says:

    Great Article. Appreciate it!

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