TEPCO’s contaminated water

8 04 2013


TEPCO admits contaminated water leaking from multiple temporary storage pits at Fukushima Daiichi

Last week, TEPCO announced that radioactive water was leaking from temporary underground storage pits, and was likely to continue until the water could be transferred.  The first reported leak occurred in a tank located some 800 meters from the Pacific Ocean which contained processed water which had been used to cool down the crippled reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi complex. . . 

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“Sunday, TEPCO admitted that a second temporary underground storage pit was leaking as well.  The second leaking pit contains 10,000 tons of contaminated water.


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