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Tepco failed in shutting up retained water even with cement / Water level becomes back only within 2.5 hours

Photo : Injecting cement and grout to underground trench. Taken on 11/25/2014.    Following up this article.. Retained water underground temperature went up by 10℃ near Reactor 2 / Tepco

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Tepco to cover the 180,000 m2 of sea bed of Fukushima plant port with concrete

On 6/26/2014, Tepco announced that they are going to start covering the sea bed of Fukushima plant port with concrete. It’s 180,000 m2. Tepco states they will start the construction

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12m and 8m long cracks on concrete base of 2 tank areas / Tepco doesn’t mention the possibility of land subsidence

Note : Thank you for reading Fukushima Diary. Fukushima Diary is genuinely supported by your donation. Monthly recurring donation is also appreciated. 2 of the long cracks were found on


A mass of highly radioactive adhesive tape found in a mountain of Tottori

  Highly radioactive adhesive tape (1m × 1m) and a piece of concrete object (10cm × 10cm × 60cm) were found in the mountain of Tottori city, where is in

Cover-ups Plant hazard Spent Fuel Pools

Murata ex JP ambassador, “Coolant system of reactor4 was broken 12/8~12/11, concrete base is terribly deteriorating.”

According to Mr. Murata, former Japanese ambassador in Switzerland, the coolant system of SFP of reactor4 was stopped from 12/8 to 12/11, and the concrete base is terribly damaged already.


350μSv/h from a temporary debris storage equipment in Fukushima plant

According to the management report of debris and deforestation tree stocked in Fukushima plant, the atmospheric dose nearby a  temporary debris storage equipment is 350 μSv/h, where it’s about 10 ~


Saitama prefecture is going to start recycling disaster debris to cement

  More houses will be built from radioactive concrete. 3 local governments in Saitama are going to accept disaster debris to recycle into cement. In one of the cities, the