Three Mile Island takes “action” since the Fukushima Disaster

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Three Mile Island will put some of its cards on the table tonight during a TMI Citizens Awareness Panel meeting.

Site Vice President Bill Knoll will talk about some of the “actions” TMI has taken in the wake of the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant.

TMI Spokesperson Ralph DeSantis told Rock The Capital he could not disclose information before the meeting.

The Citizens panel is made up of about 20 people.

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