Pilgrim Nuclear could stop killing wildlife by installing a closed-cycle cooling system now

The Pilgrim Plant is one reason there is a drastic decline in river herring, specifically blueback herring and alewives, and they are thus species of great concern. In fact, there has been a moratorium on harvest, possession or sale of river herring in Massachusetts since January 2006. [email protected]  The author, Shalen Lowell, belongs to the “Watershed Action Alliance of Southeastern Massachusetts”  Watershed Action Alliance  www.facebook.com/WatershedActionAlliance

One Response to Pilgrim Nuclear could stop killing wildlife by installing a closed-cycle cooling system now

  1. Dorie Stolley says:

    What should be done to protect fish and other aquatic organisms is pretty straightforward. This article presents it very clearly. Thanks for sharing.

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