Chapter 1. Nuclear Powerplant Communities Information of California Public Utilities Code >> Division 4.1. >> Chapter 1.

This chapter shall be known and may be cited as the Nuclear Powerplant Communities Information Act of 1985.
Every privately owned and publicly owned public utility generating electricity by means of any nuclear powerplant and every privately owned and publicly owned public utility with a nuclear powerplant that is no longer producing electricity but is in the decommissioning process or is still radioactive shall do both of the following:
  (a) Provide periodically, as required by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, but at least every two years, by mail or by hand delivery, with that information as may be required by the commission to be disseminated to the public, either to all residents within a 10-mile radius of the powerplant or to those persons designated by the commission, whichever is the greater number of persons, a general description of the powerplant, emergency evacuation information, and substantive revisions thereof, and the titles, addresses, and telephone numbers of the federal, state, and local public officials who may be contacted for more detailed information concerning powerplant status and discharges.
  (b) Provide, at least twice each year, a copy of the public utility's "Effluent Monitoring Report" to the county health officer in the county where the nuclear powerplant is located.