(Brownville, NE) -- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is announcing a special inspection to be conducted at Nebraska's Cooper Nuclear Power Plant. The NRC says it will be reviewing the circumstances that contributed to a recent problem with one of the Brownville plant's two service water systems. According to the federal commission, the Cooper plant was operating at full power on December 6th when the plant operator was unable to establish water flow through a large pipe that discharges water used to cool some of the plant's safety-related equipment. It was determined that large buildup of silt from the Missouri River had blocked the outlet of the pipe.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Planning Special Inspection Of Brownville Plant
By 24/7 News Source • Jan 3, 2020