Groundwater level rising at 800m from the coastal line

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Related to this article.. Tepco gave up pumping up the rising contaminated groundwater on the seaside of reactor3 / “No tank capacity” [URL]


The groundwater level is also rising in the mountain side of Fukushima plant, according to Tepco. It’s approx. 800m from the coastal line, where a underground reservoir is located.

From 11/29 to 12/1/2013, all β nuclide density increased from 8,600,000 Bq/m3 to 20,000,000 Bq/m3 in the leakage detector hole water of the reservoir, which made Tepco realize the rising groundwater level. Tepco is attempting to stop the reservoir from floating.

Because of the underground wall on the coastal line, groundwater level is increasing in various places near the sea. However, Tepco hasn’t officially admitted the groundwater level is also rising even in the mountain side of the plant area widely, and it can be due to the underground wall, which can be the only cause.

The rising groundwater level also increases the atmospheric dose of seaside. (cf, Fukushima plant radiation increasing due to the rising contaminated groundwater / “Covering with lead plate” [URL 2])

This October, Fukushima plant area even experienced the major land subsidence. It was supposed to be solely because of a typhoon.

(cf, [Photo] Fukushima plant’s collapsed slope due to the Typhoon [URL 3])



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Les eaux souterraines remontent à 800 m du rivage
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Article lié : Tepco abandonne le pompage des eaux souterraines qui remontent côté mer du réacteur 3 : “plus de citerne”

Selon Tepco, le niveau des eaux souterraines monte aussi sur le côté montagne de la centrale de Fukushima. C’est à environ 800 m du rivage où il y a un réservoir souterrain.

Entre le 29 nov et le 1er déc. 2013, la radioactivité β est passée de 8 600 000 Bq/m³ (8,6 millions) à 20 000 000 Bq/m³ (20 millions) dans le trou de détection des fuites du réservoir qui avait fait réaliser à Tepco la montée des eaux souterraines. Tepco tente d’empêcher les réservoirs de se mettre à flotter.
Le niveau des eaux souterraines augmente en différents endroits proches de la mer à cause du mur souterrain le long du rivage. Or, Tepco n’a pas reconnu officiellement que leur niveau augmente largement aussi sur le côté montagne de la centrale et que ce peut être à cause du mur souterrain, qu’il ne peut qu’en être la seule explication.

La montée des eaux souterraines induit aussi celle de la radioactivité ambiante du côté mer. (cf. La radioactivité augmente dans la centrale de Fukushima à cause de la montée des eaux souterraines : “Couvrir avec une plaque de plomb”)
En octobre dernier, le domaine de la centrale de Fukushima a même connu son plus grand effondrement de terrain. C’était supposé être uniquement du à un typhon. (cf. [Photo] Une pente de la centrale de Fukushima s’effondre sous les typhons)

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