Avoiding nuclear reactors when buying property in Spain

Discussion in 'Spanish property' started by 2F2F, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. 2F2F

    2F2F New Member

    Hello, I'm considering the idea of moving to Spain from overpriced Australia but am concerned about the several nuclear reactors in Spain and nearby in France.

    Does anyone know if any surrounding area of each reactor has experienced any contamination, especially of the town water?

    If you need a map of the reactors, here some sites:

    http://blogs.nature.com/news/2011/03/the_worlds_nuclear_reactors_as_1.html

    Nuclear power stations and reactors operational around the world: listed and mapped | News | guardian.co.uk


    Thank you
     
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2012
  2. tradecarbon

    tradecarbon New Member

    I have seen lots of posts regarding moving to Spain but never one about this topic. :afraid:

    I live in Southern Spain, Costa del sol and by looking at the map on the second link in your post, there are no reactors here.

    I suggest coming over for a holiday before deciding whether Spain is for you.
     
  3. 2F2F

    2F2F New Member

    well some people worry before accidents happen...others no.
     
  4. mayotom

    mayotom New Member

    and also you might get hit by a Meteor, is there anywhere in the world to avoid them, I think the poles are the safest
     
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