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2016-02-13

〔フクイチ核惨事 5周年〕◆ 廃炉作業、「そんなに、うまく行っていない(Not so well.)」―― ワシントン・ポスト紙が国際社会に告知報道! ◎ 構内を一望する地点、毎時200マイクロシーベルト! 東電ガイド、外国人記者団を20分でバスに乗り込ませる! ★ アンナ・フィフィールド東京特派員の筆致からは、絶望感さえも伝わってくる……!

 ◆ 極めつけはメルトダウン核燃 「所在さえ掴めず」(小野所長)“We don’t even know what state the debris is in at the moment.”

 ◆ フクイチ8マイル沖(12.8キロ沖)の海底に廃棄物投棄施設開設構想(地上と海底トンネルで結ぶ)に対して、「陸に置けないから海底へ、と考えるのは安易すぎる。断層と地殻変動だらけの場所なのに」(アンリーン・スミスさん)など批判の声も!

 ◆「アイス・ウォールも、原子力規制委が凍結に“待った!”」

 ◆「プラスチック・バgッグ入り放射能汚染土、オリンピック・プール8000個分 日本政府、その99.8%をリサイクル可能と主張!

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 〔★は大沼〕 ◎ WP How is Fukushima’s cleanup going five years after its meltdown? Not so well.
 (10日付け)⇒ https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/five-years-after-nuclear-meltdown-no-one-knows-what-to-do-with-fukushima/2016/02/10/a9682194-c9dc-11e5-b9ab-26591104bb19_story.html

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 〔★は大沼〕 ◎ WP How is Fukushima’s cleanup going five years after its meltdown? Not so well.
 (10日付け)⇒ https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/five-years-after-nuclear-meltdown-no-one-knows-what-to-do-with-fukushima/2016/02/10/a9682194-c9dc-11e5-b9ab-26591104bb19_story.html

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 ・ Finally, and most problematically, there’s the nuclear fuel from the plant itself.

 The fuel that melted down remains in containment vessels in its reactors, and this part of the plant is so dangerous to humans that robots are used to work there. Getting to this fuel and removing it safely is a task that will take decades.

 Asked about the decommissioning process, Tepco’s Ono said the work was about 10 percent done.

 “The biggest challenge is going to be the removal of the nuclear fuel debris,” he said. “We don’t even know what state the debris is in at the moment.”
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  As a result, one of the options the government is considering is building a nuclear waste dump under the seabed, about eight miles off the Fukushima coast. It would be connected to the land by a tunnel so it would not contravene international regulations on disposing of nuclear waste into the sea. A government study group is set to report on that proposal by the end of the summer.

 Many groups, from fishermen to anti-nuclear activists, staunchly oppose the idea of burying the radioactive material at sea in such a seismically active area.

 “At some point it would leak and affect the environment,” said Hideyuki Ban, co-director of the Citizens’ Nuclear Information Center. “Some say it’ll be fine, as it will be diluted in the ocean, but it’s unclear whether it will be diluted well. If it gets into fish, it could end up on someone’s table.”

 Aileen Mioko Smith, executive director of Green Action, a Kyoto-based anti-nuclear group, agreed.
 
 “The seabed is just like land. It’s not flat, but has mountains and valleys,” she said. “Japan sits on multiple tectonic plates and is earthquake-prone. It’s too easy to think, ‘If not on land, how about the seabed?’ ”

Posted by 大沼安史 at 05:09 午後 |