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  • Turkey Point's salt problem explained

    Engineer Ed Swakon created this video model of an expanding saltwater plume near Turkey Point using data collected from groundwater sampling. Swakon, who was hired by Atlantic Civil, a rock mining company that has sued FPL, depicted what the underground salt front looked like over time and expanded as conditions in the canals grew saltier.

Turkey Point's salt problem explained

Engineer Ed Swakon created this video model of an expanding saltwater plume near Turkey Point using data collected from groundwater sampling. Swakon, who was hired by Atlantic Civil, a rock mining company that has sued FPL, depicted what the underground salt front looked like over time and expanded as conditions in the canals grew saltier.