41 cracks found in facilities built to contain radiation at Fukushima plant: Report

41 cracks found in facilities built to contain radiation at Fukushima plant: Report


now dozens of cracks have been
discovered in facilities built to contain radiation in Japan’s Fukushima
nuclear plant while the Japanese government says it’s safe problems are
continuing to sprout up in the area leaving many concerned about the ongoing
threat of contamination re MJ has more this is the Fukushima nuclear power
plant that suffered an explosion during the massive earthquake on March 11th
2011 after the devastation caused at the plant officials decided to contain any
possible radiation leaks using slabs of mortar however a recent report to Baia
tokyo-based yomiuri shimbun revealed sunday that 41 cracks have been found in
the plant’s concrete floor it says the plant’s operator Tokyo
Electric Power Company appears to have neglected the facilities with inspectors
discovering weeds growing through the concrete clearly indicating the cracks
have been around for a while while underground reactors continue to feed
water to cool dissolved nuclear fuel rainwater which has been seeping through
the cracks is increasing the amount of contaminated water inspectors have
raised the issue with TEPCO requesting maintenance work but the Japanese
government has constantly insisted there are no issues following a massive
typhoon that struck Fukushima last month bags containing radioactive waste were
found floating in a nearby river despite what the Japanese government might say
environmentalists say it’s becoming increasingly more difficult not to be
concerned about such a serious situation easing Jay Arirang news

2 thoughts on “41 cracks found in facilities built to contain radiation at Fukushima plant: Report

  1. And? How are you helping out? Zero as always just opening your filthy mouth again.
    By the way how many cracks are in your mountain after the repeated hydrogen bomb testing by your masters?

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