How Safe is New Orleans’ Nuke Plant in a Flood?

  • Waterford NPP is near New Orleans.
  • A big flood may be on the way.
  • New Orleans has a history with levees not holding (or being made to not hold)

New Orleans Times-Picyaune  – (2011) Waterford 3 nuclear plant is not immune to ground-fault concerns, some geologists say
by Richard Thompson

Recent advances in geological study have uncovered an array of deep-seated regional faults, long thought to be dormant, that have shown surface movement throughout southeast Louisiana. And in the wake of Japan’s nuclear crisis, some local geologists and environmental activists are warning that the levees along the Waterford 3 nuclear plant in St. Charles Parish should be evaluated for potential fault hazards. . . .

So levees there are going to hold back this massive flood water that is on the way? We hope.

Recall the flooded Nebraska nuke plant in 2012Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant “likely would have melted down” if operators were not forced by NRC to make enhancements before major flooding

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Of course an earthquake along the New Madrid fault would be a nightmare when it comes to nuclear plants as well as gas, oil and water pipelines which cross the Mississippi as well as bridges which carry the 3 day food supply. Many suggest the explosion could be seen from outer space.

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5 Responses to How Safe is New Orleans’ Nuke Plant in a Flood?

  1. flyingcuttlefish says:

    Mining Awareness helped with the items in the Bugle story … 🙂


  2. Thanks for this. Great info and links! I want to give you a “likes” but button is AWOL right now…cannot find it. Riverbend and Grand Gulf could be endangered by difficult to find usable info.


  3. says:

    I have really never had a likes button on here, but glad you enjoyed the articles.


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