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Europe Needs to Take Prompt Action to Identify the Origin and Implement Safety Measures For Mysterious Radioactive Discharges

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Earlier in the year there was a mysterious radioactive iodine discharge impacting Europe and the origin never officially identified. From end September into early October there was yet another mysterious radioactive discharge impacting Europe – this one Ruthenium 106. Why have no measures been taken? Why does the source(s) remain a mystery? Why are people not notified and warned in a timely manner so as to minimize exposure?

IRSN France info-graphic

Over a month ago (Oct. 5th), CRIIRAD Association-Lab, located in France, raised the alarm about the Ruthenium 106 (radioactive) discharge impacting Europe and the risks run by those close to the discharge location, but in vain. They underlined the importance of looking for the source of the discharge. If the installation is unaware then they can’t put in place protective measures; if it is a cover-up, that’s an even bigger problem, as they point out. The 300 Terabecquerels estimated…

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November 12, 2017 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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