On 3/10/2015, Tepco announced approx. 750 t of highly contaminated rainwater leaked out of a dam and sank into the ground. The cause has not been identified. It is
Following up this article.. 29,400,000 Bq/m3 of Cs-134/137 from water on the roof of Reactor 2 / kept flowing to the Pacific for 4 years [URL] At this moment,
29,400,000 Bq/m3 of Cs-134/137 from water on the roof of Reactor 2 / kept flowing to the Pacific for 4 years
Tepco has been concealing the extremely highly contaminated water flowing to the Pacific for 4 years. They admitted it on 2/24/2015. It is the water flowing in the drain beside
7,230,000 Bq/m3 of all β nuclide leaked from drain to the sea / “Contamination level suddenly jumped up”
Related to this article.. Tritium density reached the highest level at 3 bypass wells [URL] On 2/22/2015, Tepco announced the radiation level suddenly jumped up in the plant area
From Tepco’s report published on 2/18 and 2/21/2015, Tritium density reached the highest level at 3 of 12 bypass wells almost at once. The sampling dates were 2/16 and 2/19/2015.
Japanese media reports IAEA urged to dump contaminated water into ocean but no such statement made in real
Japanese media is misleading the Japanese citizens to accept the discharge of contaminated water to the Pacific as a request of an international organization. On 2/17/2015, IAEA (International Atomic
On 2/16/2015, Tepco reported all β nuclide (to include Strontium-90) density became the highest at 4 of 5 boring wells in Reactor 1 seaside. The highest reading was 330,000 Bq/m3.
Cs-134/137 density jumped up 17 × in groundwater of Reactor 3 seaside / Potential leakage from underground wall
On 2/7/2015, Tepco announced they detected a rapid increase in Cesium-134/137 level of groundwater. The sample was taken from Reactor 3 seaside. According to Tepco, the Cesium-134/137 density was 1,390 Bq/m3
Related to this article.. 31,000,000 Bq/m3 of Strontium-90 measured at the nearest boring well to Reactor 2 [URL] Still high density of Strontium-90 is detected from groundwater of Reactor
On 1/27/2015, Tepco announced they measured high density of Strontium-90 from groundwater in the seaside of Reactor 2. It was 31,000,000 Bq/m3. The sampling point was the boring well, which