6,264.74 Bq/Kg from house dust in Ibaraki

Journalist Kinoshita Kota conducted measurements for house dust in Tokyo, Chiba, Ibaraki, and Aichi.

As a result, no wonder, it turned out that cesium has gotten into the houses already.

Setagaya Tokyo
Soil

  • Cs-134 = 255.7 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 290.2 Bq/kg
  • Total = 545.9 Bq/kg

House dust

  • Cs-134 = 662.57 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 771.81 Bq/kg
  • Total = 1,434.38 Bq/kg

Tama Tokyo
Soil

  • Cs-134 = 88.1 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 122.3 Bq/kg
  • Total = 210.4 Bq/kg

House dust

  • Cs-134 = 808 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 922 Bq/kg
  • Total = 1,730 Bq/kg

Hitachi Ibaraki
Soil

  • Cs-134 = 348.98 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 401.37 Bq/kg
  • Total = 750.35 Bq/kg

House dust

  • Cs-134 = 3,216.58 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 3,048.16 Bq/kg
  • Total = 6,264.74 Bq/kg

Yachiyo Chiba
Soil

  • Cs-134 = 674.99 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 = 912.73 Bq/kg
  • Total = 1,587.72 Bq/kg

House dust

  • Cs-134 902.68 Bq/kg
  • Cs-137 657.27 Bq/kg
  • Total = 1,559.95 Bq/kg

Kariya Aichi
Soil

  • Cs-134 = ND
  • Cs-137 = ND

House dust

  • Cs-134 = ND
  • Cs-137 = ND

Measured by NAI scintillation.

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