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Groundwater at Fukushima nuclear plant has record level of radioactive Cobalt-60

Record level of Cobalt-60 detected in groundwater at Fukushima — Hundreds of times above any measurement ever published for underground water (MAP) http://enenews.com/record-level-cobalt-60-detected-groundwater-fukushima-hundreds-times-above-measurement-published-underground-water-plant-map

Monitoring at the East Side of Unit 1-4 Turbine Buildings, Feb. 18, 2014:

Feb. 13, 2014:  Co-60 @ 770 Bq/L
Feb. 17, 2014:  Co-60 @ 750 Bq/L

See also: Update from NHK: “Record cesium level” in groundwater at Fukushima — 30,000 times higher than nearby well sampled last week — 50 meters from ocean (VIDEO)

And: Radioactive cesium levels “never seen before” at Fukushima — New record as amount in groundwater nearly doubles in 24 hours — Officials admit ‘may be new leak’ — IAEA urges ‘resumption’ of dumping contaminated water in ocean; ‘All options’ need to be on table (

February 21, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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  1. […] Example: Nearly 3 years after the disaster started,  contamination of undergound water reached record levels, @ 770 Bq/L Co-60, for instance, as relayed by ENEnews (Feb.19, 2014) “Record level of Cobalt-60 detected in groundwater at Fukushima — Hundreds of times above any measurement ever published for underground water“.  Also covered @ Nuclear News. […]

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