Can the water used to cool nuclear power plants be reused?



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    The water used as coolant in nuclear plants is actually released back into the environment, often lakes or the ocean, to discharge waste heat. Unfortunately, some of this water does contain radioactive particles. The water is treated to try to minimize radioactivity but it’s still there in small amounts.

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