Radioactive density in tapwater higher in Tokyo than Miyagi in first quarter of 2014

2 Radioactive density in tapwater higher in Tokyo than Miyagi in first quarter of 2014

Photo : The campaign of Tokyo Metropolitan Government to drink Tokyo tapwater. They also sell it as bottled tapwater. [URL]

Cesium-134/137 density in tapwater is higher in Tokyo than Miyagi prefecture, where is next to Fukushima prefecture, according to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority).

On 4/30/2014, NRA reported the radioactivity level in drinking water by prefecture from January to March 2014.

From this report, Cs-134/137 density was 0.00222 Bq/Kg in Miyagi prefecture. However it was 0.00262 Bq/Kg in Tokyo.

The reading of Fukushima prefecture was 0.00276 Bq/Kg.

NRA hasn’t explained the reason.

http://radioactivity.nsr.go.jp/ja/contents/10000/9223/24/194_20140430.pdf

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