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Tepco officials warned workers and journalists not to stand too long next to Fukushima nuclear reactor storage pool

Steve Dale Nuclear Fuel Cycle Watch South Australia, 6 Dec 17 

Poor workers, poor reporters – “TEPCO officials cautioned media representatives about standing too long right next to the storage pool, which could be seen located about six meters below the roof. Debris was found within the pool while insulating material floated on the pool surface.

The radiation level near the pool was 0.68 millisieverts per hour. While that was a major improvement from the 800 millisieverts per hour recorded in the immediate aftermath of the nuclear accident close to seven years ago” – 0.68 millisieverts is 6800 times the background radiations level of Adelaide (0.1 MICROsieverts/hour)Fukushima dome roof takes shape, but radiation remains high:The Asahi Shimbun

High radiation levels are still limiting recovery work at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant, a stark

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December 6, 2017 - Posted by | general

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