The Threat of the Nuclear Power Station of Krsko (Trieste, Italy)

Riportiamo alla Vostra attenzione lo studio del Dott. Giuseppe Nacci, pubblicato (in inglese) su National Health Federation, sulla centrale nucleare di Krsko, la più vicina al Nord-Est.

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Trento, 7 settembre 2011

 

 

The Threat of the Nuclear Power Station of Krsko (Trieste, Italy)
By Dr. Giuseppe Nacci
August 24, 2011

 

Krsko: nuclear risks at a distance of 130 km from Trieste (Italy). The entire region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia could be contaminated within 3 hours...

A study conducted 20 years ago estimated the amount of damage that Trieste and Friuli- Venezia Giulia would suffer in the case of an accident at the reactor and a leakage of radioactive materials

What would happen if the false alarm of 4th June 2008 were a concrete risk?

With a weak wind of 6 km/h coming from the east, Italy would not be reached by a Fallout from Krsko, besides a weak temporary radioactivity known as White Fallout (0.1 RAD/h), which is not shown on the slides to improve readability

(Fig. 6-A > http://www.ecceterra.org/img/nacci.krsko.fig.6a.fallouts.wind.6kmh_dic08.jpg).


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