Fukushima Tritium Removal Technology Moves To Next Phase

Industry insiders and the IAEA told Japan to just dump their tritium laced water at Fukushima Daiichi into the Pacific. Japan instead continued to look for a potential solution. With an 8.6 million dollar METI grant Kurion is going to scale up their initial design for a tritium removal system. This work is towards eventually having a functioning system that could be deployed at Fukushima Daiichi.

While actual results of the first phase have not been made public, this second phase approval seems to be a positive sign that the technologies are working in the test phase.

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