[Express] “Severe nausea after debris incineration in Osaka”

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I’m living within 5 km from incineration facility. Since yesterday, I have been suffering from severe nausea. I had to go to the toilet to vomit for several times even at work. Eyes are itchy and can’t stop runny nose. I don’t have hay fever, so it’s first time for me to experience it. Now the nausea is settled. Maybe it’s because the incineration stopped ?


Osaka started “test” incineration of 100 tones of disaster debris on 11/29/2012. [Link]


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[Express] “Nausées importantes après l’incinération de débris à Osaka”

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Je vis à 5 km d’un incinérateur. J’ai des nausées importantes depuis hier. J’ai du plusieurs fois aller aux toilettes pour vomir même au travail. Mes yeux me démangent et je n’arrête ps de couler du nez. Je n’ai pas de fièvre, c’est la première fois que ça m’arrive. A présent la nausée se calme. C’est peut-être parce que l’incinération s’est arrêtée ?

Osaka a commencé le 29 novembre 2012 des “tests” d’incinération sur 100 tonnes de débris de la catastrophe. [Lien]

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I am the writer of this website. About page remains in 2014. This is because my memory about 311 was clearer than now, 2023, and I think it can have a historical value. Now I'm living in Romania with 3 cats as an independent data scientist.
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November 2012