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Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Incineration Facility to Start Operations in March, TEPCO Aims to Eliminate Outdoor Storage of Waste from Decommissioning Work, Including Logging / Fukushima

A facility for incinerating wood from logging and other waste piled up in the open at the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant

January 22, 2022

An incineration facility is expected to start full-scale operations in March to burn trees and other materials cut down to secure land for storage tanks for contaminated and treated water at TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. The amount of waste from the decommissioning of the plant continues to increase, and much of it is being stored outdoors. TEPCO hopes to reduce the amount of waste by incineration and eliminate outdoor storage by FY2028.

 The facility is a five-story building. It will incinerate wood, paper and other combustible materials contained in debris, as well as waste oil, and will process up to 95 tons per day.


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