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Mon August 26, 2013
Nuclear waste repository might be built on the shore of Lake Huron
A proposal by a Canadian power company to store nuclear waste at a site within a mile of Lake Huron is setting off alarm bells on this side of the border.
Ontario Power Generation is drawing up plans to store low-to-medium level nuclear waste at an underground repository it wants to build in Ontario near the town of Kincardine. That is on the shore of Lake Huron and critics, including some state lawmakers, worry that storing nuclear waste so close to the lake could threaten the drinking water for 40 million people.
Detroit News reporter Jim Lynch has been following the story and he joined us today from Detroit.
Listen to the full interview above.
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