Kitakyushu city turned off monitoring post to incinerate disaster debris

Kitakyushu city in Fukuoka prefecture started incinerating disaster debris on 9/17/2012.

The monitoring post nearby the incineration facility was found turned off.


Kitakyushu city turned off monitoring post


I’m at Jinnoharu citizen’s center near Kogasaki processing facility. That was true, the radiation monitoring post indicated some figure in day time, but now it’s turned off. Is it measuring something ??



Related article..Kitakyushu city government started internet censorship to begin debris incineration





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La ville de Kitakyushu a éteint la borne de surveillance voisine de l’incinérateur des débris de la catastrophe

La ville de Kitakyushu, préfecture de Fukuoka, a commencé à incinérer les débris de la catastrophe le 17 septembre 2012.

La borne de surveillance située à proximité de l’incinérateur a été trouvée éteinte.

Kitakyushu city turned off monitoring post

Je suis au Centre des Habitants de Jinnoharu près de l’incinérateur de Kogasaki. C’est vrai, la borne de surveillance de la radioactivité donnait quelques indications dans la journée mais maintenant elle est éteinte. Elle a relevé quelque chose ??

Article lié : Les autorités municipales de Kitakyushu ont commencé leur incinération des débris par une censure sur Internet

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