Disaster debris incineration will start at 500m from Maizuru Kyoto

Takahama machi Fukui prefecture is going to accept disaster debris from Ohtsuki machi Iwate prefecture as of October. Ohtsuki machi Iwate is about 230km from Fukushima plant.


Disaster debris incineration will start at 500m from Maizuru Kyoto
The incineration ash is going to be filled in the incombustible waste disposal site, where is only 500m from Maizuru city Kyoto.

They are going to accept the wood waste up to 700tones by the end of 2013. It’s supposed to be lower than 100 Bq/Kg.
They are to incinerate the debris 3 tones a day after October. They will start the test incineration in this September.



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It took us more than 6 hours to come to DC.

arrived at the hotel, got the key, and the room number was 311.

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Les incinérations des débris de la catastrophe vont commencer à 500 m de Maizuru à Kyoto

Takahama machi dans la préfecture de Fukui va accepter les débris de la catastrophe en provenance de Ohtsuki machi de la préfecture d’Iwate à partir d’octobre. Ohtsuki machi d’Iwate est à environ 230 km de la centrale de Fukushima.


Disaster debris incineration will start at 500m from Maizuru Kyoto
Les cendres d’incinération vont aller remplir le site des décharges amorphes qui se trouve à seulement 500 m de la ville de Maizuru dans la préfecture de Kyoto.

Ils vont accepter jusqu’à 700 tonnes de débris de bois d’ici la fin de 2013. Ce sera soi-disant à moins de 100 Bq/kg.
Les incinérations se feront au rythme de 3 tonnes de débris par jour après octobre. Les tests d’incinération commenceront courant septembre, ce mois-ci.




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Je suis arrivé à l’hôtel, pris la clé et le numéro de la chambre est … le 311.  (ndt : 11-3 en anglais, comme le 11-3-2011)

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4 Responses to “Disaster debris incineration will start at 500m from Maizuru Kyoto”

  1. terry evans says:

    room 311

    they know who you are

    speaking of humor
    burning, It’s supposed to be lower than 100 Bq/Kg.
    thats the same limit as food right
    restarting reactors,
    restarting construction of new reactors

    once again the will of the people,
    the protest are getting smaller

    your goal was only 2000
    if I had it , I would send it to you

    Im guessing no one with money reads this
    explains alot

  2. Kevin says:

    that’s creepy

  3. Steven Starr says:

    Burning radioactive waste is just making more radioactive fallout to be distributed upon Japan and the rest of the world. The Japanese government is effectively making a bad situation worse.

  4. RubyGlare says:

    don’t you think this is 1 of the reasons why China is getting a little hostile? They have geiger counters too, I think the ‘excuse’ of those islands is convenient but there is more to it.

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