Fukushima & Nuclear News Update; June 24, 2013
TEPCO showed off their new on site radiation testing lab at Fukushima Daiichi. Weeks after the NRA pointed out their failures to properly test samples, TEPCO shows off the new lab.
TEPCO released two new fish testing reports. The samples outside the port showed lower than usual. Those inside the port seem to be increasing across species.
Water in the basements of units 3 and 4 turbine buildings was also tested recently. Unit 4’s basement showed similarly high radiation in the water even though unit 4 did not experience a meltdown. This likely indicates the cross contamination from building to building.
A contaminated water leak in the RO system at Daiichi was caused by over tightening of a cap on a flowmeter. Another preventable problem, these seem to be almost a daily occurrence.
TEPCO received 115 billion yen from the government to cover compensation costs. Most people have not been fully compensated for their losses or their homes.
TEPCO is attempting to dismiss a US lawsuit brought by more than 50 sailors. TEPCO is attempting to have the suit dismissed or moved to Japan.
Monju skipped another 2300 inspections at the fast breeder reactor according to the NRA. The count was over 10,000 before this new batch of problems. NRA has ordered the plant to cease operations.
Kindergartens in Kyushu sent clean sand to schools in Fukushima so kids could have somewhere safe to play.
Germany has approved a new “super grid” set of lines to move the abundant wind power in the north to the industrial centers in the south.
UK nuclear site cleanup may cost billions more than expected.
A family that fled Japan found themselves in another nuclear problem when they moved to San Diego as San Onofre leaked radiation.
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