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Reactor4 pool still has debris inside

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before taking a contact with me.     Related to this article.. Drop test of fuel

Natural disasters

[Photo] Tepco finally started removing the Tsunami debris in plant area, trucks, pipes, etc..

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before taking a contact with me.     From November 2013, Tepco started cleaning up the

Core removing struggle

Tepco “Fuel removal of reactor1~3 is more challenging than reactor4 pool”

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before taking a contact with me.   Removal of the molten fuel in reactor1~3 is more

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10 Sv/h stack damaged by debris blasted from reactor1 in 311 / Starting to rust already

On 9/20/2013, Fukushima Diary reported 8 damages were found on the stack for reactor1 and 2. (cf, 8 damages found on the stack for reactor1&2 / 66 m from the

Spent Fuel Pools

[Fuel removal of reactor4 pool] Tepco released the debris map of SFP4 -Complete mess

Tepco plans to start fuel removal of reactor4 spent fuel pool from mid November. On 8/26/2013, Tepco released the debris map of SFP4 but it looks extremely difficult to remove

Cover-ups Plant hazard

Tepco “Debris removal in S-W area of the reactor3 first floor is completed” → “The main contents include long boots”

According to Tepco, they completed the debris removal in the South West area of the first floor of reactor3 building. The unmanned robot had been in the operation from 7/25

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Extremely radioactive piece of debris found in 7km from Fukushima nuclear plant “3.4 mSv/h”

According to Ministry of the Environment, extremely radioactive piece of debris was found in the dry river bed of Naraha machi Fukushima. Naraha machi is in in only 15 km

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[Express] “After 311, extremely radioactive debris removed by major construction companies, not Tepco or plant maker”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   <Translate> I heard this last night. It was not Tepco nor nuclear plant makers that removed the extremely radioactive debris just

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Radioactive debris of Fukushima nuclear plant to start overflowing the storage by 2015, Tepco has no detailed plan

According to Tepco, they are going to run out of the storage for highly radioactive debris in Fukushima nuclear plant by 2015. Currently the volume of debris produced from decommissioning

Cover-ups Spent Fuel Pools

Tepco had subcontract workers manually wipe out the leaking oil by rag beside reactor3

On 5/18/2013, Fukushima Diary reported “Remote-control heavy equipment leaked flammable oil on debris removal of reactor3, Tepco “Far enough from SFP” [URL]” According to Tepco, they had subcontract workers (Not