Exelon Braidwood Nuclear Facility Tritium Releases and Groundwater Impacts
Exelon Braidwood Nuclear Facility
While working with the Exelon Dresden nuclear power plant in the fall of 2004, where tritium was detected in some on-site wells, Illinois EPA became aware of the potential for tritium contamination in groundwater at this type of facility. At the same time, the Agency was involved in the pending renewal of the industrial discharge permit for the Braidwood facility. Comments received from the Godley Park District alerted Illinois EPA to tritium detected in a shallow sand point well at the Park District.
- Fact Sheet 1 - February 2006
- Fact Sheet 2 - April 2006