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PG&E Agrees to Settle Environmental Damage Claims for $5.9 Million

 California's Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has agreed on a $5.9 million-settlement for once-through cooling water discharges from its Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.

The settlement, reached with the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, was the result of a thorough Water Board investigation into alleged violations stemming from the plant's use of water from the Pacific Ocean in its cooling system since 1985 and was officially filed on May 25 with the San Luis Obispo Superior Court, reports Xinhua news agency.

According to Thursday's report by Cal Coast News, the nuclear power plant takes in water from sea to condense steam after it passes through two electrical generators in a process called "once-through cooling" and the used water is then released back into the ocean.

Read the source article at Daijiworld

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