167 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 and 0.19 mg/L of lead or lead compound from fishing implement

According to Iwate prefecture, radioactive cesium and lead were detected from fishing implement sorted out from the disaster waste.

Sample : Fishing implement
Sampling date : 8/4/2012
Cs-134 : 67 Bq/Kg
Cs-137 : 100 Bq/Kg
Lead or lead compound : 0.19 mg/L

167 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 and 0.19 mg/L of lead or lead compound



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Français :

167 Bq/kg de Cs-134/137 et 0,19 mg/l de plomb ou de composés de plomb dans du matériel de pêche

Selon la préfecture d’Iwate, du césium radioactif et du plomb ont été détectés dans du matériel de pêche triés parmi les débris de la catastrophe.

Échantillon : Matériel de pêche
Date : 4 août 2012
Cs-134 : 67 Bq/kg
Cs-137 : 100 Bq/kg
Plomb et composés : 0,19 mg/l

167 Bq/Kg of Cs-134/137 and 0.19 mg/L of lead or lead compound


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