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NRA’s data shows contamination level in Tokyo tap water higher than Fukushima by 24 percent

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According to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority), Cs-134/137 density in Tokyo tap water is 24% higher than Fukushima.
The report was released on 10/30/2015, titled as “Readings of radioactivity level in drinking water by prefecture” to cover from July to September in 2015.
From this report, only 0.0015 Bq/Kg of Cs-137  was detected in Fukushima drinking water. Cs-134 was not supposed to be detected. On the other hand, 0.00036 Bq/Kg of Cs-134 and 0.0015 of Bq/Kg were detected from Tokyo drinking water.
The measurement of Cs-134 is due to Fukushima accident.
NRA comments each data is based on the reports from prefectures.
It is not mentioned by Fukushima prefectural government why Cs-134 was not detected in their drinking water.
http://radioactivity.nsr.go.jp/en/contents/11000/10416/24/194_20151030.pdf
http://fukushima-diary.com/2016/01/nras-data-shows-contamination-level-in-tokyo-tap-water-higher-than-fukushima-by-24-percent/

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January 28, 2016 - Posted by | Fukushima 2016 | ,

1 Comment »

  1. only 24%

    On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 11:47 PM, nuclear-news wrote:

    > dunrenard posted: ” According to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority), > Cs-134/137 density in Tokyo tap water is 24% higher than Fukushima. The > report was released on 10/30/2015, titled as “Readings of radioactivity > level in drinking water by prefecture” to cover from July to” >

    Comment by Albert Michall | January 30, 2016 | Reply


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