Ministry of the environment to decide to reuse contaminated soil for road and coastal levee nationwide
Following up this article.. Ministry of the Environment plans to recycle 90 percent of contaminated soil in Fukushima but no technology [URL] On 6/7/2016, the experts study group of MOE
Ministry of the Environment plans to recycle 90 percent of contaminated soil in Fukushima but no technology
MOE (Ministry of the Environment) estimated 90% of contaminated soil can be reused in Fukushima prefecture by 3/30/2016. Currently interim storage facility stocks 22,000,000 m3 of radioactive contaminated soil. MOE
A citizen’s radiation measurement station named “Fujimi-ru” reported they measured 44.7 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 from farm soil. The sample was collected in Kimitsu city of Chiba prefecture (0 ~ 10cm deep).
101,000 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 was measured from the soil of a park in Chiba. A citizen’s organization “PLANET ROCK” analyzed and reported this October. The location is “Shin-Matsudo central park”
4 municipal schools backfilled the contaminated soil in their school area in Yokohama city. A city councilor testified in the municipal assembly of 10/1/2014. Since 311, 20 schools implemented decontamination
A Japanese citizen posted a picture to cut out an unrealistic reality of Fukushima prefecture. 22:38 6/17/2014 “JR Joban line runs among the contaminated soil bags removed for decontamination.
Following up this article.. Decontamination soil bags are already starting to be torn in Fukushima [URL] The soil removed from the ground for “decontamination” is starting to break
↑ From a Twitter post of a Fukushima citizen. He said, “The authorities came to check the radiation levels every few days for 3 times in total, but the readings
[Photo] Heap of removed soil for decontamination piled up right behind a residential street in Fukushima
Related to this article.. [Photo] A heap of removed soil for decontamination in Minamisoma [URL] On 6/26/2014, another Fukushima citizen posted a picture of the piled soil bags removed for
On 6/26/2014, Tepco announced that they are going to start covering the sea bed of Fukushima plant port with concrete. It’s 180,000 m2. Tepco states they will start the construction