Cs-137 detected from 64% of the first-grade tea samples in Chiba

According to Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Cs-137 was detected from 7 of 11 first-grade tea samples in Chiba.

The sampling date is 5/17/2013. The highest reading was 1.2 Bq/Kg (from 2 samples).

The tea leaves are not supposed to have been distributed.

Cs-137 detected from 64% of the first-grade tea in Chiba





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Français :

Du césium 137 relevé dans 64% des feuilles de thé premier choix de Chiba


Selon le ministère de la Santé, du Travail et des Affaires Sociales, du Cs 137 a été relevé dans 7 échantillons de feuilles de thé de premier choix sur 11 à Chiba.

Les échantillons sont du 17 mai 2013. Le record est à 1,2 Bq/kg (dans 2 échantillons).
Les feuilles de thé n’ont soi-disant pas été distribuées.

Du césium 137 relevé dans 64% des feuilles de thé premier choix de Chiba


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