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Sunday, 7 April 2013

Ok, trying to make sence out of what's with the inground pools.

Ray Masalas
Ok, trying to make sence out of what's with the inground pools. Apparently they have dug 7 of these. Radiated waste water storage.
"And there is a possibility that instead of 710 billion becquerels of all beta in the water there may be 35 trillion becquerels of all beta. The in-the-ground storage, where the leakage occurred, was not supposed to be used for storing the waste water after the Reverse Osmosis (desalination) treatment with high salt content and high beta nuclides. But the multi-nuclide removal system ALPS couldn't start as planned (September last year; TEPCO is now doing the hot trial run), the water treated by SARRY or Kurion's system (cesium removal) had to be stored somewhere to wait for the treatment by ALPS. So, this water is stored in the tanks made for the post-RO waste water. So, for the post-RO waste water, they started to use in-the-ground storage (there are 7 of them) in early February this year, which was originally meant for post-ALPS treatment water. "
http://ex-skf.blogspot.ca/2013/04/fukushima-i-nuke-plant-at-least-120.html
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