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Tepco plans to pump up groundwater and discharge it to the sea!
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[quote:citizenperth:MV8xODQ2OTQ3XzMwNzk1NTc4XzQzNDkxQTIw] [quote:Anonymous Coward 14952609:MV8xODQ2OTQ3XzMwNzkzMDQ0XzQyNzI5OEZG] [quote:RememberThis:MV8xODQ2OTQ3XzMwNzkyMDI0X0FDOTQ1ODFD] Why in the fuck would they do that...it doesnt make any sense whatsoever! [/quote] why dont you go run the place, you seem to know so much. [/quote] why don't you go run around and fix things? [/quote]
200 ~ 400 m3 of groundwater flows into the basement floors of reactor 1 ~ 4 on the daily basis.
Tepco still injects 600m3 of water to reactor 1 ~3 everyday, contaminated water increases by 800 ~ 1000 m3 everyday. Currently, 98,000 m3 of contaminated water is under reactor 1 ~ 4.
To reduce groundwater to flow into the basement floors by half, Tepco is going to make 14 wells (30cm diameter, 32m deep) at 80 ~ 200 m far from the plants on the mountain side....The pumped up water will be
discharged to the sea directly
, but they measured tritium from one of the three wells "
INTO THE SEA.... INTERNATIONAL OUTRAGE MUCH?????
link to fukushima-diary.com
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