Fukushima Is Here:EPA Shut Off The Beta Radiation Momitors
The EPA tried to shy away from admitted the strontium problem and instead blamed the shut down Beta monitors on
The EPA said the move was a cost-saving measure and that remaining radiological resources in Western states are sufficient to deal with emergencies.
Really? The task of radiation monitoring is very automated, for doing all the Gamma and Beta in the USA it is less than $2M per year. So for the Beta it's around $1M per year, or 0.3 cents per person.
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