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Contaminated water crisis Cover-ups Plant hazard

Tepco required 2,100 workers for the 2 days of Typhoon / Highest dose was 2 mSv β and 2 mSv γ

From 9/15 to 9/16/2013, the Typhoon hit Fukushima nuclear plant area. They ended up discharging “rainwater” retained in the tank areas. (cf, Tepco discharged “rainwater” retained in 7 tank areas


11 m3 of nitrogen gas discharged from reactor1 and 2 every hour

“Steam” is repeatedly observed coming up from the top of reactor3. This July Tepco suggested it may be the Nitrogen gas injected to reactor3. (cf, [Steaming reactor3] Tepco “The steam

Contaminated water crisis

Tepco “Leakable type of tank costs tens of million yen to build”

Related to this article..Tepco “It takes 2 months to build welded type of the tank” [URL]   In the press conference of 9/18/2013, Tepco announced one tank of the flange


[Mystery] 8 damages on the stack are concentrated on 66m point from the ground

Following up this article..8 damages found on the stack for reactor1&2 / 66 m from the ground [URL]   In the press conference of 9/18/2013, Tepco’s spokesman commented all those


10 Sv/h stack damaged by debris blasted from reactor1 in 311 / Starting to rust already

On 9/20/2013, Fukushima Diary reported 8 damages were found on the stack for reactor1 and 2. (cf, 8 damages found on the stack for reactor1&2 / 66 m from the

Contaminated water crisis

Water level investigation of the tanks by thermography hasn’t been started

Article lié : URL]   Having contaminated water tanks leaking, Tepco’s president stated they were going to investigate the water levels of each tank on 8/26/2013. However in the press