Fukushima News Roundup; January 13, 2013

NHK released a new report on the treatment of workers at Fukushima Daiichi

Miyagi Prefecture will be doing nuclear disaster drills but on a smaller scale due to the ongoing reconstruction in the region from the tsunami.

A blueberry farm in Chiba has managed to get their blueberries free of contamination according to their claims. They did not provide and test data in the article. Cultivated berries tend to have fewer problems with contamination that wild grown ones.

The Rokkasho nuclear site will have to expand their evacuation zone area from 5km to a larger zone. The new potential evacuation zone in the event of a failure has not been declared yet.

A portion of Minamisoma that is currently under evacuation may be reopened in April 2016.

LDP politicians want to roll back the renewable energy feed in tariff put in place after the 3-11 disaster


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