Meeting held in Peekskill to discuss reliability of Indian Point siren system

A meeting to discuss the reliability of emergency sirens at the Indian Point nuclear power plant was held in Peekskill Wednesday. The meeting comes after recent siren tests were successful in some areas but failed in others. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) wants to know what the plant owner, Entergy, plans to do to make the sirens reliable. NRC officials say they want a plan outlining what will be done to make the sirens work by January 2006. Entergy has pledged to replace the entire system within two years. Related Article: Test of Indian Point emergency sirens shows promising results

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