What will happen to the 1.2 million tons of polluted water in the Fukushima nuclear accident? The Japanese government: Consider discharging into the sea
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Original title: Where will the 1.2 million tons of polluted water go after the Fukushima nuclear accident? The Japanese government: consider discharging into the sea
According to Japanese media reports on the 24th, the Japanese government may make a formal decision on “discharge of polluted water from the Fukushima nuclear accident into the sea” after October, but has not disclosed the details Decide the time. Earlier, Japanese media reported that the Japanese government will make this decision on the 27th of this month.
The Japanese media previously reported that the Japanese government recently considered discharging a large amount of stored nuclear sewage into the sea due to the imminent fullness of the nuclear sewage storage tank at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. It is estimated that it will take two years to prepare for discharge. It will take about 30 years for the existing 1.2 million tons of polluted water to be completely processed and discharged.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Kan 21 During his visit to Indonesia on Japan, he said that he would decide on the above-mentioned polluted water treatment plan as soon as possible. Japan’s Atomic Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Toyoshi Matata said on the 21st that the contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear accident was diluted and discharged into the sea under the premise of relevant standards, and would not have an impact on the marine environment and marine life. However, some Japanese media pointed out that the radioactive tritium in the contaminated water treated by Tokyo Electric Power Company is difficult to remove, and other radioactive substances will remain in the sewage.
”Fukushima nuclear accident The “discharge of polluted water into the sea” plan has been strongly opposed by the National Fisheries Association of Japan and local fishermen in Fukushima. Most people in Japan believe that the discharge of nuclear sewage into the sea is irresponsible. In addition, South Korea has repeatedly expressed great concern over Japan’s handling of Fukushima nuclear pollution in recent years. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Korea previously stated that it hopes that Japan will consider South Korea’s position when formulating standards for nuclear sewage treatment.
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