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650Bq/Kg of I-131 still measured from sewage sludge of Fukushima

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Radioactive sewage sludge storaged at sewage plant. Posted by Fukushima prefectural government. 

This proves for the xth time that something is still fissioning at Fukushima Daiichi, releasing unstoppingly Iodine 131, and that ongoing since 311…..And never mind the theory that it would come from some medical iodine, if it would be the case certainly it would then measure at a much lesser level….

High level of I-131 was measured for 11 days this January in dry sewage sludge, Fukushima prefectural government announced on 2/26/2016.

According to the prefectural government, the sewage plant is in Da-te District of Fukushima prefecture.

The highest density was 648.1 Bq/Kg. It was continuously detected from 1/21 to 1/31/2016. The data of February has not been published yet.

Along with I-131, Cs-134/137 density also increase and became the highest, which was 111 Bq/Kg on the same day when I-131 density became the highest.

Both of the highest densities were detected about 1 week after the rain (57.0 mm) to strongly implies the possibility that the discharged radioactive material is carried by the wind and fall with rain.

http://www.pref.fukushima.lg.jp/uploaded/attachment/153121.pdf

http://fukushima-diary.com/2016/03/650bqkg-of-i-131-still-measured-from-sewage-sludge-of-fukushima/

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March 26, 2016 - Posted by | Fukushima 2016 | , ,

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