Real Time Radiation Monitoring

RAIN,  Radioactivity Alert Indication Network.

Note: These readings are solar powered using equipment provided by the Safecast network. On cloudy days readings may not be available.

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How much radiation does San Onofre put into the environment every day?

In 2010 there were 44 hours a year of atmospheric batch releases (ave 7.23 min a day)
and 550 hours of liquid radioactive releases into the ocean. (ave 90.41 min a day)
Including 34 Radionuclides – Via Nuclear Effluent Database

How do these numbers mesure up with where you live? http://www.radiationnetwork.com/

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Because what is not measured, is not managed.

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