First discharge of contaminated water from Japanese nuclear power plants ends today… Three more releases until March next year

Japan’s Tokyo Electric Power Company will end discharging카지노사이트 contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean today (11th).

According to Tokyo Electric Power Company, 7,800 tons of contaminated water was discharged as of yesterday (10th). Today, when the remaining contaminated water is pushed through the contaminated water transfer facility into filtered water, the entire first discharge process is completed.

According to Japanese media such as Jiji News, Tokyo Electric Power Company plans to discharge a total of 31,200 tons of contaminated water into the sea four times by March of next year. This is equivalent to about 2.3% of the approximately 1.34 million tons of contaminated water stored in the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

Tokyo Electric Power Company plans to complete the first discharge today and begin the second discharge after facility inspection. The second will also discharge about 7,800 tons. The detailed release schedule is expected to be released at the end of this month.

Tokyo Electric Power Company’s position is that there were no problems with facilities or operations for two weeks after starting discharge on the 24th of last month.

The International Atomic Energy Agency ( IAEA ) also announced on the 7th that all safety evaluation data being released step by step, including the discharge of contaminated water, were normal values.

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