French-Japanese Flawed Steel InReactors Dooms The Nuclear Industry | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


French-Japanese Flawed Steel InReactors Dooms The Nuclear Industry

A murky web of international supply chains is being exposed in the flawed-steel parts scandal rocking the French and Japanese nuclear industries. “Serious anomalies” have been discovered in key steel components for the European Pressurized Water Reactor (E-PWR) being constructed at Flamanville, France, on the English Channel. The recent exposure of brittle steel has led to a sullen admission by nuclear-tech supplier AREVA of metallurgical defects in at least 400 different types of reactor parts produced by its subsidiary Le Creusot Forge since 1964.

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Right out of the movie "The China Syndrome!"

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