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by:Lepu     2019-10-28
PICKERING, ONT.
Officials said a leak at Pickering\'s nuclear plant in eastern Toronto would not pose a major threat to public health.
After the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last week, the Japanese nuclear crisis sparked concern.
But both the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and the Ontario Power Generation Corporation say the radioactive risks to people\'s health and the environment are negligible.
At about 11: 30, Pickering A Power Station released 73,000 liters of salt water, the commission said. m. Monday night.
The commission said the leak was caused by a pump seal failure.
Ontario Power Generation said the release was stopped immediately after the discovery and the pump seal was being replaced.
The filtered water, it says, contains trace tritium, far below any regulatory restrictions.
\"This is a very low-level activity.
\"There is no impact on the quality of drinking water,\" Ontario Power Generation said in a statement . \".
The Canadian Security Council and Environment Canada are monitoring the situation.
Canadian journalist in Ontario.
Officials said a leak at Pickering\'s nuclear plant in eastern Toronto would not pose a major threat to public health.
After the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last week, the Japanese nuclear crisis sparked concern.
But both the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and the Ontario Power Generation Corporation say the radioactive risks to people\'s health and the environment are negligible.
At about 11: 30, Pickering A Power Station released 73,000 liters of salt water, the commission said. m. Monday night.
The commission said the leak was caused by a pump seal failure.
Ontario Power Generation said the release was stopped immediately after the discovery and the pump seal was being replaced.
The filtered water, it says, contains trace tritium, far below any regulatory restrictions.
\"This is a very low-level activity.
\"There is no impact on the quality of drinking water,\" Ontario Power Generation said in a statement . \".
The Canadian Security Council and Environment Canada are monitoring the situation.
Canadian journalist in Ontario.
Officials said a leak at Pickering\'s nuclear plant in eastern Toronto would not pose a major threat to public health.
After the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last week, the Japanese nuclear crisis sparked concern.
But both the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and the Ontario Power Generation Corporation say the radioactive risks to people\'s health and the environment are negligible.
At about 11: 30, Pickering A Power Station released 73,000 liters of salt water, the commission said. m. Monday night.
The commission said the leak was caused by a pump seal failure.
Ontario Power Generation said the release was stopped immediately after the discovery and the pump seal was being replaced.
The filtered water, it says, contains trace tritium, far below any regulatory restrictions.
\"This is a very low-level activity.
\"There is no impact on the quality of drinking water,\" Ontario Power Generation said in a statement . \".
The Canadian Security Council and Environment Canada are monitoring the situation.
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