The construction of a nuclear plant in Olkiluoto, Finland, has so far been pretty miserable. The construction is 2-3 years behind schedule, 70% over the budget, experiencing 1500 construction defects and recently had do deal with a damaging fire. But it's getting worse.
Greenpeace today found out from leaked documents that the French construction company Areva is "failing to implement vital safety procedures" that, according to Greenpeace, cannot guarantee the reactors safety.
Greenpeace demands that the construction of the nuclear plant must be halted and that "those responsible for this misconduct should be held to account." Greenpeace also pointed out that "public safety should always be put before profit and poor procedures."