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Tochigi prefecture: waste below 8,000 becquerels to be mixed with general waste and incinerated

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Workers use heavy machinery to load designated waste onto a truck in Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture.

On April 22, farmers in six cities and towns in Tochigi Prefecture began removing “designated waste” containing radioactive materials generated by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant of the Tokyo Electric Power Company. The waste will be temporarily consolidated at a waste treatment facility in the city. It has been decided that each of the six cities and towns will tentatively consolidate the waste to reduce the burden on the farmers, but Nasushiobara is the first city to take concrete steps.
 Fifty-three farmers in the city have stored a total of 1,216 tons of waste, and on this day, one farmer took out about 1.5 tons.
 According to the Ministry of the Environment, the removal of radioactive materials from all the farms in the city is expected to be completed by next December. About 20% of the waste with a radioactive content of more than 8,000 becquerels per kilogram will be stored at a waste treatment facility, while the waste below 8,000 becquerels will be mixed with general waste and incinerated.

https://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/article/138338?fbclid=IwAR24yIFvmWjdc57bpVFX_Gs7CqG-2nh5kOoVhEHC1AME_BJk2If_Ps-3AOY

October 27, 2021 - Posted by | Fukushima 2021 | , ,

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