EPA to install more West Coast radiation monitors
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- The EPA says it will install more electronic monitors along the West Coast to measure radiation levels in the air and address concern over what we may be getting from Japan.
But the agency is refusing to say exactly where those monitors will be placed. There are already 12 stationed across California. The agency reiterates nuclear regulators have said repeatedly there is little: chance dangerous levels of radiation from Japan would ever make it to the U.S..
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