Gary Headrick

San Clemente Green

Guest

Co-founder of San Clemente Green, a local grassroots organization working to address safety problems at the San Onofre reactors and other environmental issues in the area

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The nuclear power reactors at San Onofre generated power off and on for 40 years, until they were shut down a year ago because of leakage from a tube for radioactive steam.

The Shutdown of San Onofre and California's Energy Future

The nuclear power reactors at San Onofre generated power off and on for 40 years, until they were shut down a year ago because of leakage from a tube for radioactive steam.

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In January, at the  nuclear plant  on the coast near San Onofre, a tube carrying radioactive water sprung a leak and Southern California Edison shut down one of two massive reactors.

San Onofre Nuclear Plant to Remain Closed Pending Investigation

In January, at the nuclear plant on the coast near San Onofre, a tube carrying radioactive water sprung a leak and Southern California Edison shut down one of two massive reactors.

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