Fukushima fishery cooperative to let Tepco and the government explain highly contaminated water discharge plan

On 8/25/2014, Fukushima fishery cooperative decided to allow Tepco and the government of Japan give explanation about highly contaminated water discharge plan. (cf, Tepco to pump up highly contaminated groundwater for potential discharge today / Drainage plan submitted to NRA [URL])

In general environmental pollution issues of Japan, letting the government or authorities give public explanation means partially granting an approval.

The potentially discharged water is pumped up beside the reactor buildings, which is way more contaminated than bypass water.

Tepco states they are going to purify the water to reduce radioactive contamination to be 1 / 1,000 ~ 10,000, but Tritium cannot be removed at all.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/home_make-toaru/archives/7828696.html

You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.

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