Fukushima News Roundup; January 17, 2014
Japan ruling government to wait on decision on nuclear energy policy until after Tokyo governors race
Candidate for Tokyo governor wants to show path away from nuclear power
Japan revises disaster planning to evacuate vulnerable populations
Vietnam has delayed starting their nuclear power program
US Congress wants answers about the radiation exposure of sailors on the Ronald Reagan during the response to the 3-11 disaster in Japan
Well 1-16 on the seafront at Fukushima Daiichi is up to 2.7 million bq/liter
400,000 tons of contaminated water is stored in storage tanks that are installed on site, 817 trillion becquerels of tritium is included in this contaminated water at Fukushima Daiichi
Workers at the Indian Pt. nuclear plant outside of New York City are preparing to strike.
US Congress tucks more money for failed USEC into new budget bill
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