What is a Nuclear Power Plant Emergency?
An emergency situation at a nuclear power plant could result in a release of dangerous levels of radiation. This release could affect the health and safety of persons near the nuclear power plant.
There is one nuclear power plant, Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, in Plymouth, Massachusetts and another, Seabrook Nuclear Power Station, in Seabrook, New Hampshire that could impact parts of Massachusetts. The potential danger from an emergency at a nuclear power plant is a release of, or exposure to radiation.
Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station
The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station (“Pilgrim”) is located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Communities within the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station EPZ are: Plymouth, Kingston, Duxbury, and portions of Carver and Marshfield. The Emergency Planning Zone is divided into twelve sub-areas.
Learn more about important preparedness actions and the Pilgrim's EPZ's emergency preparedness and procedures.
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Seabrook Nuclear Power Station
The Seabrook Nuclear Power Station (“Seabrook”) is located in Seabrook, New Hampshire. Massachusetts communities included in the Seabrook Nuclear Power Station EPZ are: Amesbury, Merrimac, Newbury, Newburyport, Salisbury, and West Newbury.
Learn more about important preparedness actions and the Seabrook's EPZ's emergency preparedness and procedures.