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“Belgian reactor Tihange according to watchdog, still not safe’

“Belgian reactor Tihange according to watchdog, still not safe’

The Belgian reactor Tihange 1 should not yet open. The Belgian agency Fanc will find the situation is not yet safe enough.

The reboot, which is now already three times postponed, will now be at the earliest the end of march to take place. That reports the Belgian newspaper Le Soir Saturday.

To the non-nuclear part of the central find for some months restoration work. The reactor was in september, shut down after the building where the auxiliary pumps are damaged. The work will take three months longer than planned.

The netherlands and other neighbouring countries are very worried about the safety in the two Belgian nuclear power plants, in a total of seven reactors count.

Tihange is located about 50 km southwest of Maastricht. The Second Room that Belgium has the two power plants to close, because of all the security problems of the past few years.

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Why is there so much commotion about the Belgian nuclear power plants?

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