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U.S. Nuclear Reactors

Reactor:
H. B. Robinson Unit 2
Location:

Hartsville, South Carolina
Local population: 40,963 (10-mile radius)

Type:

Pressurized Water Reactor

Status:

Operating
Licensed to operate from 09/23/70-07/31/30

Owner:

Progress Energy

Safety Issues:

Flooding Hazard, Heightened NRC Attention, Fire Protection Problems, Groundwater Leaks Reported


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