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At the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility in Japan, enormous blue pipes have been installed to bring in torrents of seawater to dilute treated, radioactive water in preparation for its gradual discharge into the Pacific Ocean.
Friday was a rare opportunity for Associated...
Grossi, the head of the IAEA, says that there may be disagreements among the experts who worked on the Fukushima study.
On Friday, the head of the U.N. agency that keeps an eye on nuclear issues said that one or two of the foreign experts who worked on the report that gave Japan permission to release treated radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima plant may have had concerns.
When asked if there wer...
- Japan govt. to release treated radioactive water into the sea.
- The treated water is said to not pose safety concerns to humans or the environment.
- TEPCO expects to run out of storage capacity as early as fall next year.
World’s worst nuclear disaster site, Fukushima is going through a change and is getting clean and green. According to Japanese newspaper report a project worth of 2.75 billion dollar has been launched to turn Fukushima into renewable energy source.
It has been planned that eleven ...