June 16, 2013
Government secretly backtracks on Fukushima decontamination goal
[link to ajw.asahi.com]
THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
With the government facing difficulty in finding disposal sites,
municipalities in Fukushima Prefecture are being unofficially notified that the goal
for completion of radioactive decontamination work in March 2014 may not be met,
The government also informed municipalities that it will not allow decontamination work
to be redone in areas where radiation levels have not declined even after
decontamination efforts have been completed.
Those remarks apparently contradict the government’s official stance that it will accelerate
decontamination efforts for areas impacted by the accident at the Fukushima No. 1
nuclear power plant following the March 11, 2011, Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami.
Without a clear explanation, the government has begun to backtrack on its policies.
The government aims to lower radiation levels in areas to one millisievert or less a year.
It plans to achieve that goal in all of the evacuation zones in 11 municipalities in the prefecture
within this fiscal year, which ends in March 2014, by spending a total of 1.5 trillion yen
(about $15 billion) by the end of the year.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also said in March that the government will accelerate
decontamination work and reconstruction activities.
well.. lucky then it went away like the same coverage from the MSM then isn't it...
fact that thew irradiation is directly linked to forestation growth and and bioacumulation..
fukushima stopped after they brought it to cold shut down remember.....
[link to fukushima-is-still-news.over-blog.com]