It’s largely good news for the nation’s oldest nuclear plant. Oyster Creek in Lacey Township, N.J., has been found up to par in a report from New Jersey’s Nuclear Review Task Force.
Commissioned by Gov. Chris Christie in March, the task force looked at conditions at Oyster Creek, as well as the Salem 1 and 2 and Hope Creek plants in Lower Alloways Creek. The report evaluated the plants’ emergency preparedness in the wake of a nuclear tragedy similar to the one in Japan.
The reactors were designed to withstand natural disasters, but the report did make some recommendations for continued improve. Toms River Patch sites a few of the advisories, and you can read the full report here.