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Citizenperth
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this one slipped by me: analysis of isotopes back in 2011

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more water leaking from the highly radiocative filter system... have a look at the metres cubed and think of how/ where they store it.... this is water that is meant to never see daylight let alone a synthetic/ polymer piping system....

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

TEPCO PRESS RELEASE (Public domain)

Cesium 134: 3.9x100 Bq/cm3, cesium 137: 7.1x100 Bq/cm3, Manganese 54: 9.8x10-2 Bq/cm3
Upon investigation, the cause of the leakage was assumed to be the header joint part coming off due to the cassette drain valve opening a little when touched.
As a countermeasure, the valves similar to the concerned valve installed in the desalination system (reverse osmosis membrane) 3 have been fixed to be closed at all times with warning signs installed nearby on December 11. At 1:32 PM on the same day, the system was restarted.
-At around 11:08 on December 11, a cooperative company employee found a water puddle on the aisle in the west side of Unit 3 Turbine Building first floor.
At around 11:30 AM on the same day, the leakage was confirmed to have stopped as the filtrate water line valve was closed to check for leakage in the newly installed polyethylene pipe.
The entire aisle was affected by the leakage (approx. 5m x 90m x 10-30mm (depth)) and the leakage amount currently estimated is approx. 13m3.
The leaked water flowed into the feed water heater room on the first floor of the Turbine Building and then into the funnel (pipe going down to the basement), and it has not flowed to the outside of the building.
The radioactivity density analysis results of the leaked water were as follows.

Cesium 134: 4.2x101 Bq/cm3, cesium 137: 7.4x101 Bq/cm3
The densities are lower than that of the accumulated water in the building basement (103 - 104Bq/cm3).
Based on the radioactivity density analysis results and the fact that no leakage was found in the reactor water injection system in the building, the leaked water has been assumed to be the filtrate water used for the fire hydrant. Considering that a pressure hose is connected to the fire hydrant near the large equipment hatch in order to supply water used in the pressure test for the accumulated water transfer pipe and the hose goes through the aisle where the leakage occurred, the leakage location is estimated to be the pressure hose.... yeah.. right...'assumed'....

.... -At 10:55 AM on December 10, a cooperative company employee on patrol found water leakage in the temporary warehouse of the desalination system (reverse osmosis membrane) 3. At 10:55 AM on the same day, the desalination system 3 was suspended and the leakage was confirmed to have stopped. The area affected by the leakage was approx. 4m x 8m x 3mm

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White Paper - Global Nuclear Power Development: Major Expansion Continues
[link to www.nei.org]

This NEI white paper describes the resurgence of nuclear power underway around the world. It includes case studies to show how different countries have balanced their resources and needs and determined that nuclear generation should be a part of their energy portfolios. Even in the post-Fukushima environment, this robust growth is expected to continue.
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New spent fuel pool monitoring system hits market
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Idiots.


Nuclear hearings stress good, bad and ugly
[link to www.oshawaexpress.ca]

[snip]

“Darlington’s once-through cooling system was outdated even before it went into operation,” reads the group’s submission. “To renew this system’s lease on life for another 30 years is a mistake.”

Further submissions were of the opinion the Darlington emergency plans aren’t properly designed in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear tragedy.

“An accidental release of radiation is a realistic possibility during the continued operation of the Darlington NGS,” cautions Greenpeace Nuclear Analyst Shawn-Patrick Stensil

“Current nuclear emergency plans for Darlington are fundamentally flawed by the assumption that accidents involving uncontrolled releases of radiation are so unlikely that they need not be considered as credibly and are therefore excluded from the Darlington’s nuclear emergency plans,” warns Durham Nuclear Awareness Spokesperson Jeff Brackett.
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[Column] 4 reasons why we must be worried about reactor4 “other than earthquake”
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Highly radioactive water leakage at desalination system of Fukushima plant, “4 mSv/h of beta ray on its surface”
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Nuclear dump site to be capped with soil
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Japan, Belarus to sign pact on nuclear disaster

Japan and Belarus will conclude a pact that helps the 2 countries tackle problems caused by nuclear accidents. Both are still suffering from the aftereffects of nuclear disasters.

The pact will be signed this week. The Japanese government initiated the move after last year's accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

Belarus was severely contaminated by fallout from the 1986 Chernobyl accident in Ukraine in the former Soviet Union. The country is located to the north of Ukraine.

It's expected the agreement will call for exchanges between experts from the 2 countries who would conduct surveys of the accident sites.

It would also enable both nations to share information on the impact of radiation exposure to health, and soil contamination issues.
[link to www3.nhk.or.jp]
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Taipower must draft plan for decommission of nuclear reactor by 2015

The state-run Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) should draft a plan by 2015 for the decommission of the first reactor at the Chinshan Nuclear Power Plant, which is the oldest nuclear power plant in the country, a senior official at the Cabinet-level Atomic Energy Council said Monday.
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Turkey to Decide Which Country Builds Second Nuclear Power Plant

By the end of this year, Turkey will determine the country that will build the second nuclear power plant in Sinop, Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yildiz said, the Hurriyet newspaper reported.

According to the minister, at the moment the competition is between the two countries - Canada and China. At the same time, China has a better chance, the minister said.

"The financing conditions offered by China are more advantageous for Turkey. However, the final decision on this matter will be taken by the end of this year," Yildiz said.
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TEPCO unable to locate source of leak in Fukushima reactor

The operator of the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant is grappling to locate the source of a leak of highly radioactive water in the crippled No. 2 reactor, and will continue trying to pinpoint the cause next week.

A remote-controlled robot is now scouring the basement of the reactor building that houses the pressure suppression chamber to pinpoint the cause of the leak.

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said it was unable to identify the source of the leak when the robot inspected one of the eight vent pipes that connect the chamber with the containment vessel on Dec. 11.
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Areva to recycle spent fuel from Borssele nuclear power plant in The Netherlands

(EBR) - Paris-based Areva is set to receive a consignment of 6.7t of spent nuclear fuel from the Borssele nuclear power plant in the Netherlands for recycling purposes.

Elektriciteits-Produktiemaatschappij Zuid (EPZ) is the operator of the 485MW pressurized water reactor type Borssele nuclear plant, located in the northwest of the Netherlands.
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Regulators await detailed report to decide stance on Tsuruga plant

Japan's nuclear regulatory body said Wednesday it will decide its stance on the resumption of Japan Atomic Power Co.'s Tsuruga plant after reviewing how a panel of experts reached the conclusion that one of the plant's reactors is likely to be sitting above an active fault.
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IAEA meeting to stress nuclear safety, support to pro-nuclear states

An upcoming ministerial conference to be hosted by Japan and the International Atomic Energy Agency will highlight the need to strengthen nuclear safety worldwide and to assist pro-nuclear states in developing human resources and other areas, a draft outcome document showed Wednesday.

The draft also said Japan, as a country that experienced the devastating nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, will be encouraged to continue to share information with other countries on the progress of decommissioning the crippled reactors and cleaning the radiation-contaminated land there.
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In the wake of deep security breach at Y-12, Finan's findings and D'Agostino's remarks
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In the wake of deep security breach at Y-12, Finan's findings and D'Agostino's remarks
[link to blogs.knoxnews.com]
 Quoting: Waterbug


Wish they felt that way about our health and safety...

[snip]

He added: "Secretary Chu has made clear that the security of our nation's nuclear material is the Department's most important responsibility, and he has no tolerance for federal or contractor personnel who cannot or will not do their jobs. The recent incident at Y-12 was a completely unacceptable breach of security, and an important wake up call for our entire complex. The severity of the failure of leadership at Y-12 has seen swift, strong and decisive action by the Department."
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Don’t Be Concerned Just Because a Van Carrying Nuclear Material Was Hit By a Passenger Train
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Tormorrow I love ya, your only a day away. I will see if the geiger goes higher when flying over the Pacific ocean than it did over the states. Do you think it will? I don't know, probably not.
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interesting.. keep us posted xo :)
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- Albert Einstein
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picture of the water leak..... being xmas reminds me of bubble wrap..... dear god.... the most dangerous of our inventions bar the bomb and this is the best they can come up with?


[link to fukushima-diary.com]
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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[link to fukushimaemergencywhatcanwedo.blogspot.com.au]

picture documentary.... it is more about the photographer... but he speaks from the experience....
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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Nuclear dump site to be capped with soil
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 Quoting: Waterbug


From the above article:

“It’s not over,” said Tom Stewart, environmental technologist for the MFP. “That moves us into institutional control period and that’s federally mandated to last for 100 years, so that will be my grandchild’s problem.


My thought: Grandpa of the year?! It seems they just keep pushing this off to be the future generation's problem.
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Stontium leaks into water and into the environment
Thread: Fukushima bleeding water, and they lack storage facilities.......(video) Australia lifts Uranium ban...
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GLP's best Fuku thread: Thread: *** Fukushima *** and other nuclear-----updates and links
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“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on it, I would use the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knew the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”
- Albert Einstein
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Press Release (Dec 13,2012)
Situation of storing and treatment of accumulated water including highly concentrated radioactive materials at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (77th Release)

[link to www.tepco.co.jp]

Is coming with a good Graphic which explain the
Water-Treatment, the Water Tanks and the Filtration Process!


Inn my Opinion the Translation from Japanese to English is very difficult
but maybe only for me because i am not that good in English!
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Piss-poor... for the country AB calls numero uno in nuclear.
Why should we believe any information provided by any of them..?



Mistakes found in all radiation projections
[link to www.japantimes.co.jp]

[snip]

The Nuclear Regulation Authority said Thursday a thorough review of its mistake-plagued projections for the spread of radiation turned up errors in the data for every atomic power plant in Japan.

The three projections had to be revised either because the plant operators supplied erroneous weather information or because the data were incorrectly processed by the Japan Nuclear Energy Safety Organization, which was tasked with creating the projections.
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Can't be having anyone snooping around in those waters.. taking independent readings and such..
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Japanese government reclassifies Fukushima evacuation zone
[link to www.neimagazine.com]

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The reclassification of the town covers only the land portion of the town, while the restrictions will continue for the sea portion.
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Plant Vogtle reactor construction delay expected to cost hundreds of millions
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Swede..


Cracks found at central spent nuclear fuel storage facility for all of Swedish nuclear reactors
[link to enformable.com]
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Robby fell down and couldn't get up..

Nuclear robot fell down to have 2 human workers rescue
[link to fukushima-diary.com]

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