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» NRA slammed utilities for their lack of detailed date in a safety review

The Nuclear Regulation Authority slammed two plant operators for their lack of detailed data and analyses in a safety review that would allow them to resume operations.

NRA held the first assessment meetings for reactors at the Tokai Daini plant, located some 130 kilometers north of Tokyo, and the Higashidori plant in northeastern Japan, urged the operators to provide more data so it can proceed with the review.

“It just won’t do” that plant operators apply for the assessment with “quick-fix” documents to feel out whether their measures are sufficient to pass the review, NRA Commissioner Toyoshi Fuketa told utility officials.
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Utilities slammed for lack of preparation for reactor safety review (Mainichi Newspaper)


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