2 municipal governments in Toyama to start test incineration of 32 tones of debris from Iwate

Tateyama machi and Takaoka city in Toyama prefecture are going to start the test incineration of debris from Iwate from 12/15 to 12/17/2012.
Toyama prefecture is in the west coast of Japan.
Tateyama machi is going to accept 25 tones, Takaoka city is going to accept 7 tones of debris.
The debris is not suppose to contain more than 100 Bq/kg of cesium.
To keep the radiation level of incineration ash lower than 100 Bq/Kg as well, they are going to mix it with normal garbage.

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2 governi municipali a Toyama inizieranno il test di incenerimento di 32 tonnellate di detriti provenienti da Iwate
Le città di Tateyama e di Takaoka, nella prefettura di Toyama inizieranno i test di incenerimento dei detriti da Iwate dal 15/12 al 17/12/2012.
La prefettura di Toyama di trova nella costa ovest del Giappone.
La città di Tateyama accetterà 25 tonnellate di detriti, quella di Takaoka 7 tonnellate.
I detriti non dovrebbero contenere più di 100 Bq/kg di cesio.
Per tenere il livello delle polveri incenerite più basso di 100 Bw/kg, le mescoleranno con la normale spazzatura.

Articolo correlato: Osaka started test incineration of 100 tones disaster debris, more 36,000 tones to come next year


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2 municipalités de Toyama lancent l’incinération de 32 tonnes de débris d’Iwate

Le village de Tateyama machi et la ville de Takaoka de la préfecture de Toyama vont commencer un test d’incinération de débris d’Iwate du 15 au 17 décembre 2012.
La préfecture de Toyama est sur la côte Ouest du Japon.
Tateyama machi va recevoir 25 tonnes de débris, la ville de Takaoka, 7 tonnes.
Les débris ne sont pas supposés contenir plus de 100 Bq/kg de césium.
Pour maintenir le niveau de radioactivité des cendres aussi inférieur à 100 Bq/kg, ils vont les mélanger avec des ordures normales.

Article lié : Osaka a commencé des tests d’incinération de 100 tonnes de débris de la catastrophe, plus de 36 000 tonnes sont attendues pour l’an prochain






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2 Responses to “2 municipal governments in Toyama to start test incineration of 32 tones of debris from Iwate”

  1. NES says:

    This is complete folly ! My celestial interlocutor told me many times : the Other World is far-sighted, but Man is short-sighted. We get proof of this every day by your reporting on the daily life in Japan !
    Right in the beginning of this nuclear disaster, the Other World sent a Divine Message telling Man what the future will be after March 11. I have posted it immediately, but NO comment ! It was too BIG to believe in, but what has been announced is being confirmed by your publications. The old saying “First Man has to suffer until he will believe” is still true !
    More on http://attentiondanger.over-blog.com

  2. anonymous says:

    Ski areas of Nagano are downwind. Remember the 1998 winter olympics at Hakuba? I would hope the good people of Nagano would try to dissuade the Toyamans.

    Until then, I’ll leave the skis in storage.

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