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Published on Jan 14, 2014
Take 5 minutes to tour around the outside of the PV EEC, in Buckeye, AZ - a newly built facility to educate the public on details of the Palo Verde nuclear power plant, and nuclear power itself.
There are 3 demos: 1) comparing coal, oil, gas to nuclear, 2) a model of the cooling water pipe, and 3) a cut-away used fuel (waste) storage cask.
*To arrange a visit:* To visit the Palo Verde Education Center, here is the contact info. Let me know in a comment if you or anyone you know is having problems reaching them at the contact info below:
623-393-4699 firstname.lastname@example.org Normally open by appointment made in advance – when we have interest, it is usually the first Saturday of the month, opening at 9 am and closing at 12 noon, or select a Tuesday or Thursday.
Directions: *DO NOT DRIVE TO THE PALO VERDE POWER PLANT* - the education center is 25 miles east of that. Here are the directions: lftrnow.com/pveec/ 600 North Airport Road, Buckeye, AZ 85326
It is less than a mile south of I-10 on Airport road, just west of the town of Buckeye, about 25 miles west of Phoenix.
Let them now the date in mind, how many people, and what are the demographics of your group.