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Release: Nuclear Power Plants Pose Risks to Drinking Water for Illinois via Nuclear Energy Information Services (NEIS)

PRESS RELEASE
10:00 AM January 24, 2011

CONTACT:
Brian Imus, Illinois PIRG
312-544-4433 x210
brian@illinois.org.org

David Kraft, NEIS
773-342-7650

Nuclear Power Plants Pose Risks to Drinking Water for Illinois

Chicago, IL – The drinking water for 652,000 people in Illinois could be at risk of radioactive contamination from a leak or accident at a local nuclear power plant, says a new study released today by the Illinois Public Interest Research Group Education Fund (Illinois PIRG).

“The danger of nuclear power is too close to home. Nuclear power plants in Illinois pose a risk to drinking water for more than 600,000 Illinoisans,” said Brian Imus, Illinois PIRG state Director. “An accident like the one in Fukushima, Japan or a leak could spew cancer-causing radioactive waste into our drinking water.”

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