HC Deb 12 January 1987 vol 108 cc37-8W
Dr. David Clark

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will publish a list showing the various critical groups of members of the public likely to be exposed to the greatest doses of radiation in the vicinity of each licensed nuclear installation for the several kinds of radioactive discharges and emissions during normal operations of the installation; whether, in each case, the critical group is associated with (a) direct emissions of radiation from the installation; (b) gaseous discharges of have been put into operation in the United Kingdom since the Water (Fluoridation) Act 1985 was passed and give the cost of those schemes and the number of the populations now affected by them.

Mr. John Patten

Information about fluoridation schemes which have been put into operation in the United Kingdom since the passing of the Water (Fluoridation) Act 1985 is listed below:

radioactive waste from the installation; (c) liquid discharges of radioactive waste from the installation and (d) any other source of man-made radiation; whether, at each site, an individual may be a member of more than one critical group; what scientific method is adopted for individuals being members of more than one critical group; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Waldegrave

I shall write to the hon. Member.

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