Fukushima nuclear plant found 230 tons of radiation sewage -- Japanese nuclear safety experts wonder Noda Yoshihiko’s no more crisis opinion
There is about 230 tons of radiation sewage in the tunnel of centralized reject processing facility at Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant. Although Japanese Prime minister Noda Yoshihiko said that there’s no more crisis on Dec. 16, some of the nuclear safety experts stressed that Japanese government lied.
According to Japanese mass media report, the employees who were in charge of checking the nuclear plant found that there was radiation sewage in the tunnel on Dec. 18, about 50 centimeters height, fortunately it was still in the tunnel. It has not flow out of the tunnel.
The Japanese nuclear safety experts emphasize that the Japanese government should not think the testing method is fine for this moment, then it is really safe. “I wonder does Yuhei Sato understand the real situation?” the county magistrate of Fukushima said.
The International Atomic Energy Agency will send a team to Japan early next year to review the status of the country’s stress tests on idled nuclear reactors. The mission may visit several plants, Yukiya Amano, the director general of the United Nations nuclear watchdog, told reporters today in Tokyo. The schedule hasn’t been decided.
Ps. original version published on the website of Taiwan News by Theresa Huang