120 Bq/Kg from 2 bags of rice in Minamisoma Fukushima / All the other bags are to be shipped

Fukushima prefecture measured Cesium-134/137 over the safety limit from 2 bags of rice produced in Minamisoma city Fukushima in 2013. The reading was equally 120 Bq/kg about both of the bags for some reason. Fukushima prefectural government announced that on 10/8/2013.

They implemented the screening test of 52 bags of rice produced by this specific farmer. As a result, they measured over their screening level from 44 bags, and detected Cs-134/137 from all of them.

The lowest reading was 57 Bq/Kg, but all of those rice are to be shipped except for the 2 bags that they detected 120 Bq/Kg from.




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120 Bq/kg dans 2 sacs de riz de Minamisoma, Fukushima – Tous les autres sacs de riz vont être vendus


La  préfecture de Fukushima a relevé du césium 134/137 au-dessus de la limite de sécurité dans 2 sacs de riz produit à Minamisoma dans Fukushima en 2013. Les relevés étaient égaux à 120 Bq/kg pour les deux sacs . La préfecture de Fukushima l’a annoncé le 8 octobre 2013.
Ils avaient effectué le contrôle de 52 sacs de riz d’un paysan particulier. En conséquence, ils ont relevé 44 sacs de plus que ce qu’ils contrôlent d’habitude et ils ont trouvé du Cs 134/137 dans tous.
Le minimum a été de 57 Bq/kg mais tous ces sacs de riz vont être vendus à part les deux pour lesquels ils ont relevé les 120 Bq/kg.


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October 2013