Across Ohio and connected nationally and internationally, the Ohio Nuclear Free Network (ONFN) is tackling and calling attention to tough issues. Nuclear waste is being stored unsafely. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Department of Energy have been captured by the industries they are supposed to regulate. Nuclear power plants, engineered for 40 years, are being given extensions to run for 80 to 100 years. Most importantly, nuclear power and nuclear weapons are intimately connected.
The ONFN is calling public attention to three major nuclear sites in Ohio:
- the Portsmouth Nuclear Site near the village of Piketon, 25 miles north of the Ohio River, where two new warmaking industries are being licensed and built;
- the Davis-Besse nuclear plant west of Toledo on Lake Erie and
- the Perry nuclear plant west of Cleveland on Lake Erie.
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