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Inori – We Pray All Nukes Will Eternally Disappear From The World (2017)

This work was dropped on the internet at the same date and time when the Hiroshima atomic bomb was dropped at 8:15 am on August 6, 2017.

Radioactive Visualiser is a device to visualise radioactivity. It was developed by Nobumichi Asai. This device detects the radioactivity in space with a Geiger counter and projects the same number of light particles as its radioactivity. Radioactivity penetrates the skin and cuts off the DNA strand within the cell. It then makes the cells cancer and kills. This device visualises the invisible radiation with sharp rays and makes the danger feel sensible.

Hatis Noit is a Japanese singer and voice performer based in London. She created a majestic song that reminds us of a chant by the method of overdubing her own voice. She participated in a ceremony for memorial and appreciation tailored to the withdrawal of the evacuation area in Fukushima on March 31, 2017, and she produced this song based on the inspiration she felt there.

We can hear the sound of the waves heard in the second half of this movie was recorded on the coast of several kilometres from the nuclear power plant. The scenery of the sound of waves that should not change anything before “it” happens to that place, the birds singing, the sounds that many people have had fun memories. However, if you listen, you will hear the sound of the reconstruction work that still continues from afar. The town is still changing every moment as time goes by now. Their sounds are also memories of sorrow, as well as the people who live there to keep on looking into the future at the same time. Just once there were people there and people still love it. There is always a personal person even if it’s in the middle of a big problem that can not be controlled. In this song, a memorial to the deceased people, a feeling for the people who she met in the place and a self-indulgence of self refusal are expressed in as a prayer.

Nobumichi Asai said,

“The issue of radioactive contamination from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant still hasn’t been solved.

Nuclear power plants continue to be restarted here, and there are still many being operated overseas.

Even if you see information from the media about “how many thousands becquerels are being discharged” for some reason it doesn’t home in a way that appeals to our emotions as a reality. So people gradually become unconcerned, and their thoughts towards it are numbed. The danger does exist, however, and is drawing closer to us. Can you not sense more of this intuitively? Can you not feel the pain and suffering of the people who are behind the facts?”

This work begins with the image of atomic bombings of Hiroshima / Nagasaki.
Japan is the only atomic bombed country in the world and has learned the lesson of nuclear fear.

Why in Japan that a tragedy in Fukushima has taken place?

And why is that problem still going on still?

We will deeply think about their causes and pray that the same mistakes will not occur.

We pray all nukes will eternally disappear from the world.

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The radioactive visualizer converts one ray detected by the Geiger counter as one particle of light and draws it.If used in a radioactively contaminated area, we can visualize the radioactivity present in that space.In this installation radioactive material for research are contained in lead shielding containers containing GM tubes for detecting radioactivity.

The calculation formula for calculating the number of radiation passing through 1㎥ of space from CPM is as follows.(Supervised by Mr. Yasushi Noguchi below)

(Number of counts per cubic meter per minute) = (volume of GM tube) / (CPM) * 1,000,000,000

Data sheet of GM Sugar SBM 20
http://www.higuchi.com/item/626
Effective Length (mm) 91.0 / 83.5
Effective Diameter (mm) 10

Volume of GM tubes
5 * 5 * 3.1415 * 91 = 7146.9125 * (maximum)
5 * 5 * 3.1415 * 83.5 = 6557.88125 * (minimum)

Example: When cpm = 20,
20/60 / 7146.9125 * 1,000,000,000 = Approximately 46,640 radiation per second will pass through the space of 1㎥.

Creators

hatis noit [Music / Cast ]
hatisnoit.com
Nobumichi Asai [Media Artist]
nobumichiasai.com

Takatoshi Suzuki [Director of Photography]
Ayaka Motoyoshi [Assistant Producer]

Special Thanks
Yasushi Noguchi(Media Artist)
Akane Kurematsu, Saki Shiraishi, Takashi Hayakawa, Nana Onishi

Robert Raths [Erased Tapes Records]
erasedtapes.com

New Music United

This work was dropped on the internet at the same date and time when the Hiroshima atomic bomb was dropped at 8:15 am on August 6, 2017.

Radioactive Visualiser is a device to visualise radioactivity. It was developed by Nobumichi Asai. This device detects the radioactivity in space with a Geiger counter and projects the same number of light particles as its radioactivity. Radioactivity penetrates the skin and cuts off the DNA strand within the cell. It then makes the cells cancer and kills. This device visualises the invisible radiation with sharp rays and makes the danger feel sensible.

Hatis Noit is a Japanese singer and voice performer based in London. She created a majestic song that reminds us of a chant by the method of overdubing her own voice. She participated in a ceremony for memorial and appreciation tailored to the withdrawal of the evacuation area in Fukushima on…

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August 6, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Japans dodgy deep geological nuclear waste disposal hopes and fears 2016.

Because of recent news on Japan’s waste disposal plans, I thought this article I did from 2016 would be appropriate to repost.

Activist news source

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Highly radioactive waste, dangerous for as long as 200,000 years, has to be isolated and guarded in every country that has dabbled in nuclear energy. Cartoon credit: www.sanonofresafety.org/nuclear-waste/

Japan is a place where not two, not three, but four plates meet with no geographical stability. Volcanoes are erupting all the time, new islands pop up in the sea and there are daily earthquakes. Forty thousand years ago, the coast line was totally different and nuclear waste storage is supposed to be safe there?

The issue of Transparency

there seems to be a lack of information on the Japanese plans to bury their nuclear High Level waste. Very little has been discussed on this latest OECD report from May, However, on the JAIF website it has been given a brief mention in a very recent report from JAIF (10 August, 2016)

“When completing its report, the group also took into consideration…

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August 2, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Fukushima officials visit USA to learn about testing of filters used to contain radioactive materials 6 years on!

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STARKVILLE, Miss.— Officials and engineers tasked with preventing the release of radioactive material during debris removal from the Fukushima nuclear site in Japan are visiting Mississippi State University this week to learn about the university’s expertise in evaluating components of radioactive containment systems.

MSU’s Institute for Clean Energy Technology is the international leader in evaluating the performance of high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filtration systems used in nuclear power plants. ICET Director Charles Waggoner said HEPA filters, which are used in nuclear power plants’ containment ventilation systems, prevent the release of air with radioactive material into the atmosphere.

The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant was damaged in March 2011 by a tsunami that followed an earthquake. The team of engineers visiting ICET is responsible for designing the containment ventilation systems for the damaged reactors before the containment vessels can be breached to begin debris removal.

“Much of the world’s population is aware of what happened at Fukushima. Of the four reactors, three suffered a core meltdown,” Waggoner said. “They are at the point of trying to determine how to breach the containment vessel in order to start to retrieve the radioactive debris from the core melting down. That material will be highly radioactive and the process that will be used will also produce aerosols. The way you remove radioactive aerosols from an airstream is to, among other things, use HEPA filters at the end of the treatment train. They’re here because of our ability to evaluate the performance capabilities of HEPA filters under very adverse conditions.”

The six visitors from Japan each represent one of the organizations collaborating on the design of processes and infrastructure to remove materials from the damaged reactors. The group is led by Osamu Seki of the International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning.

“It is indispensable to use the HEPA filters because from now on they will help get rid of the debris from the failed nuclear plant,” Seki said. “It is very important to ventilate the air, which is why the HEPA filters are indispensable to this whole process. We want to learn more about the knowledge and expertise the MSU researchers have accumulated. We also want to build a continuous relationship so we can learn more and help solve our problems.”

ICET, a unit of MSU’s Bagley College of Engineering and a part of MSU’s Energy Institute, has been working with the U.S. Department of Energy for almost 20 years to develop the capability of testing filters under worst-case scenario conditions. Jaime Rickert, ICET’s research program manager and quality assurance manager, implemented a nuclear quality assurance program at ICET that meets Department of Energy standards. Data gathered by ICET researchers is used by the Department of Energy to determine what, if any, changes need to be made to filters at nuclear facilities.

“We provide testing data to the Department of Energy that meets their most stringent quality assurance standards, so they can then go to nuclear facilities using these filters and say, ‘yes, these filters are good for your facility,’ or, ‘we may need to adjust the conditions they’re being used in,’” Rickert said. “ICET’s nuclear quality assurance program, which has been audited and approved by the Department of Energy, ensures that they have the data to support any changes that need to be made.”

The visiting officials from Japan also will visit the Hanford Site in Washington State to discuss design considerations and the use of HEPA filters in the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant.
For more on MSU’s Institute for Clean Energy Technology, visit http://www.icet.msstate.edu.

Information provided by Mississippi State University.

http://newsms.fm/fukushima-officials-visit-starkville-to-learn-about-msus-testing-of-filters-to-contain-radioactive-materials/

July 30, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

How to find radiation in Fukushima Hotspot 5.6 mcSv/h #Safecast

Heres an interesting find RE geiger measurements. After clean up and laying of Ashfelt, look between the joins for hotspots (5+ mcSv/h Ouch! Near a used public space) Measurement day July 29, 2017 Sukagawa City, Fukushima Prefecture ①

Enrichment by asphalt joint

measurement details (Think small child) 1 m above ground 0.6 μSv / h Ground 50 cm 1.2 μSv / h 5 cm above the ground 4.1 μSv / h Earth surface 5.6 μSv / h

PS the same could be found in otherwise damaged or broken asphalt as well (broken by heavy vehicle, rain or badly laid asphalt surface which is all too common)

July 29, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Cameco wants TEPCO to buy unwanted uranium! LOL

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A multi-billion-dollar contract cancellation also weighed on Cameco’s second-quarter financial results. Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco), the operator of Japan’s wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant, terminated a supply contract in January alleging force majeure, which affects about 9.3-million pounds of uranium deliveries through 2028, worth about C$1.3-billion in revenue to Cameco, including about C$126-million in 2017. Cameco disputes the withdrawal,

“saying it sees no basis for terminating the agreement.”

Cameco settles US tax spat, 2017 outlook weakens

28th July 2017

Source – http://www.engineeringnews.co.za/article/cameco-settles-us-tax-spat-2017-outlook-weakens-2017-07-28

 

July 28, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Radiation measurements in Tomioka, Fukushima. On July 27 2017

Looove TINKEBELL.

Published on 27 Jul 2017

Very high levels found in the Forest in Tomioka

 

July 28, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Fukushima roadtrip shows 1.2 mcSv/h Iidate village

Measurement date July 26, 2017 Near Fukaya Iidate village Soma district, Fukushima Prefecture forested area. Links to maps;

Measurement start point

https://goo.gl/maps/y1oFgqPPHV72

Fukushima Prefecture Soma-gun Iitateburi Near the Route 31 Route

https://goo.gl/maps/i9Dp4VrJLVT2

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July 28, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Fukushima radioactive mushrooms report details concerns to Olympic tourists and athletes?

It might be noted also that the upcoming 2020 Olympics will put a strain on the planned cleanup of domestic and public areas and mean that it will be likely to put back any possible clean up plans for the forested areas. Also, as soil sampling has not generally been effective, will there be a threat to Olympic tourists and athletes who might venture into these largely unmapped and untested areas?

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Published on 27 July 2017

by Shaun McGee

A study (Source here) Published online on the 27th July 2017 has been done concerning the radiation contamination found in Kawauchi village some 30 km from the Fukushima Daichi nuclear disaster plant.

The study gives measurements of radiocesium found in only 3 mushroom types and describes that no cesium was found in 3 others. Other mushroom types were not assessed. The studies on contamination in mushrooms in the Fukushima Prefecture only began in 2013, some 2 years after the nuclear disaster. The quantity of samples is surprisingly limited to just a few hundred samples.

There are approximately 22 edible wild mushroom species, 3 medicinal species and 3 species that are disputed to be edible. Another 8 are deemed poisonous, inedible or have mind altering effects (Source here). It might be noted that some insect species do consume or live in poisonous mushrooms.

The three mushrooms sampled were;

Sarcodon aspratus

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Radiocesium concentrations was detected in 68 of 68 samples (100%)

The maximum activity concentration was 5,600 Bq/kg of 137Cs

 

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Radiocesium concentrations was detected in 17 of 17 samples (100%)

The maximum activity concentration was 2,200 Bq/kg of 134Cs

 

Albatrellus confluens

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Radiocesium concentrations was detected in 9 of 10 samples (90%)

Comparing a 2014 study to 2015 measurements there was a reduction in Cesium 134 (which has a shorter half life) but cesium 137 remained the same.

 

The new report did make this comment on Forest contamination;

“Although the residential houses have been extensively decontaminated since the accident, the forests of Fukushima Prefecture have not been decontaminated yet15. As our results suggest that it takes time to observe a decrease in the radiocesium in wild mushrooms, careful discussion will be needed among stakeholders to determine the necessity of decontaminating the forests in Fukushima.”

It might be noted also that the upcoming 2020 Olympics will put a strain on the planned cleanup of domestic and public areas and mean that it will be likely to put back any possible clean up plans for the forested areas. Also, as soil sampling has not generally been effective, will there be a threat to Olympic tourists and athletes who might venture into these largely unmapped and untested areas? (Source on problems with Olympic funding impacts  to local decontamination from a recent report here)

General contamination in foodstuffs

652 of 1986 (32.8%) sampled edible wild plants and fungi were found to be above the 100 Bq/kg limit whereas local food and fruit produced had low figures in going over this threshold limit (under 2 percent).

The report makes another further point concerning the lack of testing of soil in the area;

“Our study has several limitations. We could not evaluate the relationship between radiocesium activity concentrations in mushroom samples and the concentrations in soil due to insufficient soil samples. Further comprehensive studies are necessary to evaluate the activity concentrations of radiocesium in mushroom samples in Fukushima after the accident. Additional analytical uncertainties arise because the committed effective doses from dietary intake of mushrooms cannot measure day-to-day variations in individuals. Further, we did not evaluate the potential loss of radiocesium upon cooking in mushrooms. The influence of eating habits, including cooking methods, must be considered. In this study, we evaluated internal doses from the ingestion of mushrooms, but we did not evaluate the external doses received from being in contaminated forest areas while collecting mushrooms. Further comprehensive analyses with detailed reports on all areas around FDNPP are needed.”

 

July 27, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Fukushima fallacies and fallout

To finish this summary of his talk it would seem that the recent drive for tourism in the nuclear damaged Fukushima prefecture would actually be impacted during and after the Olympics. As the deadline for the games approaches clean up from the tsunami and nuclear disaster would be diverted into the Olympic infrastructure program as the tough IOC deadline approaches for July 2020.

 

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by Shaun McGee

In this article I wish to report on the issues with the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. This is based on a presentation by Andrew Zimbalist the sports economist at the Foreign Correspondence Club of Japan on the 26th July 2017

As Prof. Zimbalist began his presentation he commented that the promised profits to the country as “Public dialogue is propaganda”.  He added to this by saying that there would be “no positive impulse to the economy”.

He followed up with a breakdown estimate of costs. There are three cost projections. The first being the initial costing to some 5 billion dollars. The second is a more recent report stating 12.5 billion dollars (less the contingency fund that was removed of some 2.5 billion dollars that is supposed to cover the cost over runs). The third was a more recent costing of 27 billion dollars!

He stated that the infrastructure that are being built specifically for the Olympics are likely to be “white elephants” with only a single use. He also said that Tourism will actually suffer during and after the games and that it would be unlikely to benefit the local economy.

Concerning infrastructure, he said that some 8,000 acres of land were used in the Beijing games and that Japan would be sorely stressed to provide all the land the International Olympic Committee (IOC) requires for its planned infrastructure.

The economy would be sorely tested as tax benefits etc for private investment would be at the cost of the tax payer. There would be no Tariffs on building materials imported. Free land would be offered to private investment companies and low indirect loans.

He mentioned the cost of security at being in the region of 2 billion dollars but did not mention that civil society groups would be targeted as they were in London in 2012.

To finish this summary of his talk it would seem that the recent drive for tourism in the nuclear damaged Fukushima prefecture would actually be impacted during and after the Olympics. As the deadline for the games approaches clean up from the tsunami and nuclear disaster would be diverted into the Olympic infrastructure program as the tough IOC deadline approaches for July 2020.

The video from which this article was derived can be found here;

July 26, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Dana Durnfords broken Geiger counter (fear porn debunk)

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In this video I describe the problem with Dana Durnfords cheap Geiger counter giving higher readings than it should. His readout does not match the strikes (Counts) measured on his Geiger (represented by the light flashes (or counts) per minute. He needs to have the Geiger recalibrated but still uses it regardless.
A video response to his recent attack on Prof Chris Busby, myself and many other activists 🙂
Link to seaweed video shown in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvpHuBV1rdg

July 11, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | 2 Comments

The trials and tribulations of Chris Busby. Update Video 18th June 2017

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In this video Shaun McGee (aka arclight2011) interviews Prof. C.Busby to discuss the USS Ronald Reagan radiation court case (where he is the main strategist for this court case), the new child mortality findings concerning Fracking in Pennsylvania, updates on the British Nuclear Veterans appeal in the UK courts and the Re-justification of EURATOM petition on health grounds. Also, we discuss some other issues with media and activism. We also celebrate Libbe Halevy`s 6th year producing the weekly Nuclear Hotseat Podcast series.

This is a frank and honest discussion with Chris where we also discuss media and security attacks on activists, fear and concern with anti nuclear activists in challenging health effects of radiation to the public and some of Chris`s perceptions of how he is dealing with Ad Hominem attacks by the authorities.

June 29, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Trump plans for the nuclear industry put Americans in danger – Sen. Ed Markey speaks out! Videos..

Following the Fukushima accident, high contamination levels were found well beyond 10 miles from the plant (the distance used for emergency planning in the United States). If the NRC does not change its regulations, new reactors will not be significantly safer, and as the number of reactors increases so will the chances of a catastrophic event. Source – 2011 http://www.ucsusa.org/sites/default/files/legacy/assets/documents/nuclear_power/ucs-fs-nuclear-safety-recs.pdf

Sen Ed Markey and Congressman Bill Keating Town Hall Meeting — Orleans MA 04/20/17

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Senator Ed Markey made the statement that Trumps administration will NOT upgrade the plants as per the Fukushima recommendations from that report.. An important point to note.. Trump quietly signed the relaxing of nuclear safeguards and costs within days of his administration.. This includes regulations on new plants also ..

According to Sen. Ed Markey, the Trump Administration will be making an 18 percent cut in research that will have an effect in stopping research that was designed to find the causes of the increased chance of American women getting breast cancer..

See the videos for a full breakdown on the challenges that are facing the American citizens on nuclear issues in the coming years by watching the video uploads, sharing the videos on your social media pages with some commentary and liking and commenting on the videos on You Tube to support the channel John Carlton-Foss Here are three links that prove my point ;

https://nuclear-news.net/2017/02/08/us-nuclear-industry-looks-to-trump-to-change-nuclear-regulation-rules/

https://nuclear-news.net/2017/02/09/usa-nuclear-builds-are-a-done-deal-and-us-citizens-are-not-aware-of-it-like-trumps-wall-but-on-the-quiet/

https://nuclear-news.net/2017/03/17/trump-cuts-spell-trouble-for-security-at-indian-point-nuclear-power-station-and-new-york-harbor-removing-critical-coast-guard-resources-may-hamper-uscgs-patrols-and-emergency-response/

 

Video 1 28 mins 34 sec

 

Video 2 44min 12 sec

 

Video 4  44 mins 33 sec

April 23, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | 5 Comments

The Aegis 9: Nine activists with Maine Veterans for Peace and the Global Network Against Weapon and Nuclear Power in Space arrested

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The Aegis 9: Nine activists with Maine Veterans for Peace and the Global Network Against Weapon and Nuclear Power in Space were arrested during a snow storm at Bath Iron Works in Maine on Saturday morning, April 1 after blocking the ceremony entry gate to the “christening” of a warship. Read more at http://www.nukeresister.org/2017/04/01/nine-activists-arrested-during-a-snow-storm-after-blocking-gate-to-christening-of-warship/

April 2, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | 3 Comments

UK regulators give design acceptance to the AP1000 nuclear power station design

SNIP “….In seeking protection under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy act, Westinghouse could still finish building those plants. Westinghouse said it has arranged $800 million in financing so that it can continue to serve customers while restructuring its business…..” Source March 29 2017 https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/westinghouse-files-for-bankruptcy-in-a-blow-to-nuclear-power-industry/2017/03/29/4a64b6f2-1338-11e7-833c-503e1f6394c9_story.html?utm_term=.23077a83b016

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Press release from the UK Environment Agency 1 April (not an April fools joke unfortunately)

As regulators of the nuclear industry we are working with the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to ensure that any new nuclear power stations built in the UK meet high standards of safety, security, environmental protection and waste management.

Yesterday we announced that the AP1000® nuclear reactor, designed by Westinghouse, is suitable for construction in the UK following completion of an in-depth assessment of the nuclear power station design.

We are satisfied that the reactor meets expectations on safety, security and environmental protection at this stage of the regulatory process.

Our documents have been published on GOV.UK

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/gda-decisions-and-soda-ap1000-nuclear-power-station-design-by-westinghouse-electric-company

Press release

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/regulators-give-design-acceptance-to-the-ap1000-power-station-design

Further information about our decision, interim SoDA and consultation can be found on GOV.UK

Information about the Office for Nuclear Regulation’s decision and documents are on the ONR website

April 2, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Fukushima nuclear disaster aftermath cost now estimated at Y70 tril (626 billion dollars)

TOKYO — Apr. 02, 2017

https://www.japantoday.com/category/national/view/fukushima-nuclear-disaster-aftermath-cost-estimated-at-y70-tril

The total cost to deal with the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant disaster has been estimated at 70 trillion yen ($626 billion), over three times more than the government calculation, a study by a private think tank showed Saturday.

The Japan Center for Economic Research said total costs at the Fukushima nuclear complex operated by Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings Inc could rise to between 50 trillion and 70 trillion yen. It compares with the roughly 22 trillion yen a government panel estimated in December.

“If costs rise, the public burden could greatly increase. The country’s nuclear policy needs to be reviewed,” the JCER said.

Initially in the wake of the Fukushima disaster, the government expected the costs to total 11 trillion.

But a study by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry showed the figure could be double the sum estimated in 2013.

Following that, the government decided to raise electricity rates to secure the money necessary to cover compensation payments, increasing the national burden.

Among the costs, the bill for compensation has been estimated at 8 trillion yen by the ministry. The JCER also adopted the figure.

The JCER, however, estimated costs for decontamination work at 30 trillion yen, compared with the government’s figure of 6 trillion yen, after the think tank made a calculation under a presumption that radioactive substances are disposed of at a facility in Rokkasho village in Aomori Prefecture.

The government is seeking a way to treat waste in Fukushima Prefecture, including radioactive soil, of which the amount could add up to roughly 22 million cubic meters, but where and how it will be disposed of has yet to be decided. Costs related to the procedure are not included in the government’s calculation.

Costs for decommissioning crippled reactors, which is expected to take 30 to 40 years, were estimated by the center at 11 trillion yen, compared with the government’s 8 trillion yen.

Expenses to treat contaminated water that remains in tanks at the plant were estimated by the center at 20 trillion yen unless the toxic water is released in the ocean after being diluted as nuclear regulation authorities recommend.

April 2, 2017 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment