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Breaking news Core removing struggle Fukushima Plant

[Photo] Tepco started removing the cover of Reactor 1 building

Following up this article.. Tepco accidentally destroyed a part of Reactor 1 cover at dismantling preparation [URL]   According to Tepco, they started removing the main part of cover of Reactor

Breaking news Cover-ups Fukushima Plant

Tepco postponed removing molten fuel from Reactor 1 until 2025

Photo : Reactor 1 before covering. Taken on 4/14/2011.   Following up this article.. Tepco accidentally destroyed a part of Reactor 1 cover at dismantling preparation [URL]   On 10/30/2014,

Breaking news Environmental contamination Fukushima Plant

Tepco accidentally destroyed a part of Reactor 1 cover at dismantling preparation

Following up this article.. Tepco started dismantling Reactor 1 cover – Video [URL]   Tepco mis-operated the crane to spray scattering inhibitor and opened an excessively large hole on the

Breaking news Contaminated water crisis

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

Plant hazard Spent Fuel Pools

Tepco completed steel frame of reactor4 cover to start installing fuel removing crane

According to Tepco, they completed building the steel frame of reactor4 cover on 5/29/2013. The construction was started on 1/8/2013. In order to remove the fuel assemblies from SFP4, they

Spent Fuel Pools

Tepco to dismantle reactor1 cover to remove the spent fuel assemblies, “4 years to start removing the fuel”

  On 5/9/2013, Tepco announced they are going to dismantle reactor1 cover in mid 2013. Tepco cannot build the sarcophagus on Fukushima nuclear plant due to the spent fuel assemblies.

Spent Fuel Pools

Debris stopping SFP of reactor3 from fully covered

According to Tepco, they “completed” the first phase of covering the spent fuel pool of reactor3. The crippled reactor3 had the spent fuel pool on the top exposed to the

Spent Fuel Pools

Possible uneven settlement of reactor 4

Following up this article..Tepco started soil improvement work under reactor4   Mr. Kino, a freelance journalist asked Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency about the state of the reactor4 building on

Domestic and global Environment

Tepco started soil improvement work under reactor4

      Tepco started soil improvement work under reactor4. Tepco is planning to cover the reactor building with RC structure by autumn of 2013. Tepco is also tearing down