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Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Waste Debris on Roof of Reactor three 540 mSv per hour moved to a building by remote control What does this article mean?

The top of Reactor 3






















Well, a worker in a US plant has an ANNUAL limit of 50 mSv, before they can't work there anymore, that is with the plant and all safety features functioning, and is accumulated as you can't stop all radiation....

This 'rubble' on the roof is only a small portion of the entire site, and is out in the open and is 10x, per hour, the annual highest limit for a Nuclear worker....

Also, they moved the waste to a 'temporary' storage building, wonder how much shielding it has?

The kicker:"to a building on the south side of the Fukushima Daiichi complex for temporary storage, until it can be transferred to a solid waste storage site in the future."

Well that's reassuring...

Lucky we've got all these wannabe wars to grab our attention...


Full article at Enformable

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