That's the advice Michigan Congressman Fred Upton has for a troubled southwest Michigan nuclear power plant.
Last weekend, a leak at the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant In Van Buren County sent radioactive water into Lake Michigan.
The plant and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission say the 79 gallons of tainted water do not pose any threat to people or plant workers.
Congressman Upton says he plans to visit Palisades with the NRC in the very near future.
Upton is chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee and released this statement:
"This situation is not acceptable and demands full accountability. I have been in contact with both the NRC and Entergy and am demanding a permanent solution."
New Orleans-based Entergy owns Palisades.
The plant was once named one of the worst-performing nuclear facilities in the country by the NRC.
This is the second known leak this year at Palisades.