Citizen’s lab”Average contamination of food samples in Nagano was 154 Bq/Kg, highest in Japan, 150% of safety limit”
According to CRMS（Citizens’Radioactivity Measurement Station), the average contamination of food samples was the highest in Nagano prefecture. Nagano is in central Japan, about 260km from Fukushima nuclear plant.
Since 7. 2011, they have been analyzing 6,886 food samples.
The result revealed that the average of Cs-134/137 from the 20 samples in Nagano was 154.67 Bq/Kg, which is the highest in Japan.
It means the average reading of food contamination is even higher than the official safety limit (100 Bq/Kg) by 55 Bq/Kg.
The second highest average reading was 93.87 Bq/Kg in Miyagi. The average reading of Fukushima was 51.26 Bq/Kg. Unexpectedly this is only the third highest reading in Japan.
CRMS didn’t announce if the samples were locally produced or manufactured somewhere else.
Selon le CRMS （Citizens’Radioactivity Measurement Station), le record de radioactivité moyenne des aliments échantillonnés est dans la préfecture de Nagano. Nagano est au centre du Japon, à environ 260 km de la centrale de Fukushima.
Ils ont analysé 6 886 échantillons d’aliments depuis juillet 2011.
Les résultats ont révélé que la moyenne en Cs 134/137 des 20 échantillons de Nagano est de 154,67 Bq/kg, ce qui est le record pour le Japon.
Ça signifie que la moyenne des relevés de radioactivité des aliments est bien supérieure à la limite de sécurité officielle (100 Bq/kg), de 55 Bq/kg.
La seconde moyenne record des relevés est de 93,87 Bq/kg pour le Miyagi. La moyenne de Fukushima est de 51,26 Bq/kg. De façon inattendue, elle est seulement la troisième au “podium”.
Le CRMS ne précise pas si les échantillons sont de production locale ou ont été manufacturés ailleurs.
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