43,300 Bq/Kg from incineration ash in Chiba

According to Kashiwa city Chiba, radioactive incineration ash is transferred to the temporary storage facility of Chiba prefecture.

On 3/27 and 3/29/2013, they measured 43,300 Bq/Kg was measured from the ash. The volume was 9.6 tones.

This is the highest reading since last December.

In March, 52.80 tones of incineration ash was transferred. The lowest reading was 31,400 Bq/Kg.

43,300 Bq/Kg from incineration ash in Chiba





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43 300 Bq/kg dans les cendres d’incinération de Chiba
Selon la ville de Kashiwa de la préfecture de Chiba, les cendres radioactives d’incinération sont transférées dans une aire de stockage provisoire de la préfecture de Chiba.

Le 27 et le 29 mars, ils ont relevé 43 300 Bq/kg dans les cendres. Il y en avait 9,6 tonnes.
C’est un record depuis décembre dernier.
En mars, 52,8 tonnes de cendres d’incinération avaient été transférées. Le minimum était à 31 400 Bq/kg.

43 300 Bq/kg dans les cendres d'incinération de Chiba


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