It turned out that the radioactive waste from the Fukushima nuclear power plant was stored in bags in the open air for 9 years


In the Japanese press, material came out from which it follows that many tons of contaminated garbage collected at the Fukushima nuclear power plant for years have been stored in plastic bags in the open. The bags are actually scattered across 12 territorial points of Fukushima Prefecture. Piles of contaminated waste have not been disposed of since 2011, while the contents of some packages ended up in the soil and the nearest bodies of water after heavy rains, hurricanes and landslides.


Local officials say that "measures are being taken to prevent a recurrence of the situation in October 2019." Then several hundred (!) Bags of radioactive waste were simply washed away into the river.

Ministry of Ecology and Nature of Japan:

Preventive measures taken will include transporting the waste to other temporary storage facilities and fencing at sites until the rainy season begins in May.

In other words, there is no question of recycling again. The bags will be transported to another place and again left in the open. According to Japanese journalists, initially the ministry officials refused to name the places where the bags of waste would be transported, but in the end they still had to disclose this information.

It is reported that only one of the 12 sites of "temporary storage" contains 21 thousand cubic meters of radioactive fragments in bags. On the so-called small site - 1,5 thousand cubic meters. At the same time, no one in Japan speaks of an environmental disaster, although it would be strange to call it otherwise.
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  1. Bykov. 19 March 2020 07: 44 New
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    Oh, here you have the praised Japanese technology.
    1. novel66 19 March 2020 07: 47 New
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      oh, and in Moscow, a solid burial ground was thrown up, during the construction of the chord, the hero of labor Rotenberg, if that is silent!
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        KCA 19 March 2020 08: 02 New
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        Don’t read liberal newspapers at breakfast, it’s not a pile that has been turned up, but an ordinary landfill on the territory of the enterprise, where they simply threw out the fading garbage, raised the stench, and the background was not much higher than on Red Square, you give to demolish all the buildings faced with granite, especially Moscow State University , there, as yet, they bring up smart people, all the embankments, and, of course, the hated Red Square and the Kremlin with terribly radioactive pavers
        1. novel66 19 March 2020 08: 08 New
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          people with dosimeters climbed there, tsiferki were unpleasant, not like an ordinary dump
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            KCA 19 March 2020 08: 18 New
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            What dosimeters? With AVITO, for a $ 5 bundle, which they draw figures that are only understandable to them, but click smartly, whistle like parrots in a cage? For example, we had on the territory of JINR (I don’t know, I haven’t been there for a long time) two sites, slightly fenced, there were all kinds of pieces of iron with induced radiation, lighted weakly, there was no sense in disposal in the repository, but no one gave up scrap metal , but if you run an iksperd on radiation with a “counter”, you can arrange a good hype, although the radiation safety department just walked past such a dump, some 4 times a day, if it was dangerous there, at least they would have gone another dear
          2. Vol4ara 19 March 2020 09: 17 New
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            Quote: novel xnumx
            people with dosimeters climbed there, tsiferki were unpleasant, not like an ordinary dump

            What are the numbers, let's tell us about the excess of ten times "there were not 18, but a WHOLE 215 micro-roentgen !!!" : D
      2. maidan.izrailovich 19 March 2020 10: 14 New
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        ... and in Moscow they burnt a solid burial ground ...

        Notice. All the same stirred up. That is, it was buried. This is the first.
        And the second one. Domestic liberals like to pour mud on their homeland, accusing it of backwardness. And extolling everything Western and Japanese as well. However, in our country the burial of radioactive waste has been put on stream, and as we see it, they do not. For all their "technological steepness." crying
        1. novel66 20 March 2020 07: 21 New
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          buddy, Japan is small, where is there to bury? and about to stir up - how can this be? Radon, for a moment ...
    2. 210ox 19 March 2020 07: 48 New
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      It's not about technology, it’s not at all typical of the Japanese.
      1. Andrey Mikhaylov 19 March 2020 08: 08 New
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        From the sofa you know better.
      2. Alexey RA 19 March 2020 11: 46 New
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        Is it also not typical to mix manually the uranium solution in buckets?
        Or hire for the decontamination of Fukushima homeless - "disposable liquidators" (and through structures controlled by one Tattoo Body Society)? wink

        With Japanese officials, everything was clear even during the disaster:
        1. Do not take responsibility.
        2. Do not disturb the authorities.
        3. It can resolve by itself.
        And the only one who decided to take this same responsibility, in the end, was made almost the main villain and troublemaker.
    3. Sarmat Sanych 19 March 2020 08: 06 New
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      Last year, millions of people around the world so vigorously discussed various nonsense on the network such as the HBO series about Chernobyl, but for some reason everyone forgot about Fukushima. Have you noticed how beautiful everything that you need is instantly forgotten by the "free" media and their consumers with the memory of fish?
      Do they talk a lot about the consequences of the Fukushima accident? By the way, 10 years soon, anniversary. They showed sick children and a million (!) Robots that they drove through radiation during elimination? Talked about dying of cancer in Japanese hospitals? About more than 10 thousand dead? About fraud with orders to cover lead accumulative radiation sensors with liquidators by lead plates?
      Do you remember what tantrums and cramps were about Chernobyl, the uranium tails that Rosatom is safely processing? And then silence and goodness are complete. Maybe the Japanese built a sarcophagus over the reactors? Maybe they stopped draining radioactive water into the ocean? No?
      Just imagine for a second - what would a hypothetical Soviet or Russian nuclear power plant in Primorye be instead of a Japanese one? That would be complete hell. Beautiful teary cartoons about a poisoned fish, dying children and monsters in power ...
      And here everything is fine. Greenpeace is sleeping. I don’t care about the unworthy ecologists on the ocean. And on the tear of a Japanese child - to pump up everyone. Such times ...
      But in the year before last, the accident at the American Hanford also happened - the largest nuclear repository on the planet, they still liquidate the collapses (if not abandoned. On the Marshall Islands, the radioactive water storage facility is damaged ...
      PS Rosatom began to help the Japanese eliminate the consequences of Fukushima from last year. Can Che move forward, after all, Russia is the world leader in the nuclear industry.
      1. Andrey Mikhaylov 19 March 2020 08: 12 New
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        You’re right, God forbid what would happen in Russia, it would start in the comments.
      2. Nastia makarova 19 March 2020 09: 38 New
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        Japan allocates a lot of money to Greenpeace and other organizations
        1. Sarmat Sanych 19 March 2020 09: 41 New
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          There is ...
        2. Alexey RA 19 March 2020 11: 49 New
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          Quote: Nastia Makarova
          Japan allocates a lot of money to Greenpeace and other organizations

          Well, they don’t have to pay money ekoluham © - one Japanese whaling is worth it.
      3. Servisinzhener 19 March 2020 10: 31 New
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        Maybe the Japanese built a sarcophagus over the reactors?

        They built on one, but with two other destroyed by an explosion of hydrogen, they are still digging.
      4. Air force 19 March 2020 10: 42 New
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        I completely agree with you, but how much the rope does not curl is always the only one, their lies in the media and propaganda will play well or have already played a cruel joke with them, in fact all this western riffraff is just hucksters, liars and bastards in expensive costumes. Over the past 30 years, they simply deceived everyone, it’s easy to have a lot of money, though it has been suppressed and suppressed by money, bribery by repressions, etc. But you can’t deceive History, History plays for a long time, 30,50,70 years, and at the end it puts everything in place, they poured into everyone’s ears that they have great medicine, and it’s really good when everything is in the yard , and when a pandemic happened it turns out that this is not so. And with Fakusima in the same way, you can not talk about it and as if this is not there, but after 10-20 years, it also comes back to haunt.
      5. Starover_Z 19 March 2020 12: 01 New
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        Quote: Sarmat Sanych
        Just imagine for a second - what would a hypothetical Soviet or Russian nuclear power plant in Primorye be instead of a Japanese one? That would be complete hell. Beautiful teary cartoons about a poisoned fish, dying children and monsters in power ...

        West and so Chernobyl periodically recalls, but yes, about Fukushima quiet and smooth. And if so, like they were draining and now probably pouring radioactive water into the ocean, we did it - so the screech would go no less than through the UN Security Council!
        Well, never mind, that water will reach America, either by currents or rains, what will they say then ?!
    4. siberalt 19 March 2020 08: 43 New
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      Maybe you should not worry. Americans in the 45th instilled in the Japanese immunity to radiation. If only they did not think of dumping this garbage into the sea.
    5. antique 19 March 2020 21: 45 New
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      Yes, actually that is not better here.
      1. maratkoRuEkb 31 March 2020 08: 57 New
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        https://ria.ru/20191210/1562232373.html
        Do not worry, they begin to process fuel into usable MOX fuel.
        These barrels around the world are stored in the open.
      2. Sarmat Sanych 31 March 2020 14: 19 New
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        antique, do not disgrace your ignorance, this nonsense with barrels have already been dismantled hundreds of times on the shelves. At the same time, ask what is uranium hexafluoride. By the way, Russia is the only country on the planet that has the technology for the complete processing of nuclear waste, including MOX fuel of a new technological structure ("closed cycle"). Other countries up to our level of development of the nuclear industry - 30 years minimum.
        1. antique 31 March 2020 21: 57 New
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          Quote: Sarmat Sanych
          antique, do not disgrace your ignorance, this nonsense with barrels have already been dismantled hundreds of times on the shelves. At the same time, ask what is uranium hexafluoride.

          He asked what is uranium hexafluoride. Thanks for the tip, did not know anything. fellow
  2. Cowbra 19 March 2020 07: 46 New
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    After they drained the radioactive vodka into the sea stupidly - no wonder. In general, there is a sea of ​​interesting things ... A quarter of a century ago (!!!) Chernobyl was dismantled by "retarded scoops" using equipment, including robots, and "advanced Japan" Fukushima picked its paws ... Well, then instead of the sarcophagus, they washed it into the ocean, the Chinese for joy
    1. bar
      bar 19 March 2020 08: 38 New
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      After they drained the radioactive vodka into the sea stupidly - no wonder.

      Since then they have been draining this water constantly. The active zones of destroyed reactors must be cooled continuously
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  3. rocket757 19 March 2020 07: 46 New
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    Ministry of Ecology and Nature of Japan:
    Preventive measures taken will include transporting the waste to other temporary storage facilities and fencing at sites until the rainy season begins in May.

    Officials, they are officials, are the same everywhere ... NO money, but they do ... or do not!?!?!?
    1. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 42 New
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      An official is a separate creature without borders and nationalities ...
      1. rocket757 19 March 2020 08: 47 New
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        As the emperor Peter called them - "nettle seed" - though, this name could come from the people!
        1. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 48 New
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          The outcome is not important from whom, the main thing is voluntary formatting into an official ...
          1. rocket757 19 March 2020 09: 02 New
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            Quote: cniza
            The main thing is the voluntary formatting into an official ...

            Many have a dream and confidence how they got into officials, which means they pulled out a happy lottery ticket! And then the process of drilling happens very quickly ....
            1. cniza 19 March 2020 09: 04 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              And then the process of drilling happens very quickly ....


              But there is no other way, either you are like everyone else, or you are not ... yes
  4. Uncle lee 19 March 2020 07: 51 New
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    300 tons of radioactive water are discharged daily into the ocean. And they want to drain a million tons, there is no place to store! Where are the greens with the scribes?
    1. novel66 19 March 2020 08: 10 New
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      they are at war with the drill, radiation is not interesting to them. ours to you hi
      1. Uncle lee 19 March 2020 08: 13 New
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        Roma hello! We have Fukushima at hand .... Cats don’t want to eat fish!
        And you won’t fool them!
        1. novel66 19 March 2020 08: 14 New
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          that’s why, stinky Japanese, they poison the ocean to the noise ...
          1. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 41 New
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            Quote: Uncle Lee
            300 tons of radioactive water are discharged daily into the ocean. And they want to drain a million tons, there is no place to store! Where are the greens with the scribes?


            They outline and study Greta ... hi
        2. Mikhail3 19 March 2020 09: 13 New
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          Tell the cats that they are dragging ocean water to the US coast. Let them continue to eat, the radioactivity of the fish will rise no more than the radioactivity of the entire ocean, that is, not yet soon. And in the USA, in the country that once built the Fukushima nuclear power plant, everything is covered. But their scientists, I am sure, carefully study the consequences, trying not to miss the appearance of the superman. Those scientists who look after the American "radioactive gardens."
          1. Uncle lee 19 March 2020 09: 23 New
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            Quote: Mikhail3
            Tell the cats

            I not only told them, but also showed a map of the course! All the same, the noses are turning!
            1. Mikhail3 19 March 2020 09: 26 New
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              At my brother’s mother-in-law, the cat ate only red fish, and only when it was cut into pieces no more than 5 mm. You do not wear them in your arms?)
              1. Uncle lee 19 March 2020 09: 31 New
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                My cat is over 20 years old and her eating habits I studied thoroughly during this time .... And she goes to the toilet on her own.
              2. Alexey RA 19 March 2020 11: 55 New
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                Quote: Mikhail3
                At my brother’s mother-in-law, the cat ate only red fish, and only when it was cut into pieces no more than 5 mm.

                The communal neighbors had a thoroughbred hin in Soviet times. He ate a dog, only veal from the market. From any sausage nose turned up. And then 1991 came. In 1992, the dog was already eating everything that looked like meat product.
            2. Piramidon 19 March 2020 11: 11 New
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              Quote: Uncle Lee
              I not only told them, but also showed a map of the course!

              They are smart cats, they know that fish can scatter from a stream gauge across the ocean. wink
    2. Vol4ara 19 March 2020 09: 19 New
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      Quote: Uncle Lee
      300 tons of radioactive water are discharged daily into the ocean. And they want to drain a million tons, there is no place to store! Where are the greens with the scribes?

      Where does infa come from?
      1. Uncle lee 19 March 2020 09: 33 New
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        In the public domain. Type in the search engine Fukushima ....
  5. Mar.Tirah 19 March 2020 07: 54 New
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    Let them do whatever they want at home. The main thing is that they would not be taken to Russia. As some Kremlin officials wanted during the era of the drunken pro Americanist. Who, in my opinion, do not feel bad right now? And they apparently don’t refused. Rosatom continues to build a new storage facility for 40 thousand tons of nuclear waste near Krasnoyarsk. And he invites different countries of the world to send spent nuclear fuel for storage.
    1. Sarmat Sanych 19 March 2020 08: 20 New
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      Mar. Tira, I beg you - do not repeat the hackneyed nonsense, it has already been disassembled thousands of times on the shelves. Russia DOES NOT IMPORT nuclear waste for storage, is prohibited by law. We buy cheap uranium “tails” (they are less radioactive than uranium ore. ”And that’s only because Rosatom is the only company on the planet that can enrich them, we have the best technology in the world, plus the lowest cost.
      1. Mar.Tirah 19 March 2020 09: 26 New
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        Quote: Sarmat Sanych
        We are buying cheap uranium "tails" (they are less radioactive than uranium ore "

        Sergey, Horseradish is not sweeter. Judging by the minuses, everyone is happy with this, they haven’t seen Russia yet? Well, I wish you all to live near these burial grounds. I live not far from one of these, and I don’t want something would replenish it. Because everything that is nearby looks like a lunar landscape. So welcome further Kiriyenko's initiatives.
        1. Sarmat Sanych 19 March 2020 09: 39 New
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          Mar. Thira, tell me, what year is it? No, we’re here for fun, maybe you slept for a long time and don’t know yet that the GKChP overthrew laughing. Don’t be relieved, of course, but Kireenko already knows when he left Rosatom, there is the head of Likhachev. And the fact that you are repeating about the "burial grounds" is the most random fake invented by Western NGOs, plus Greenpeace. Though you understand what is the difference between enrichment and burial ground? Russia buys the same uranium ore, while preserving its uranium reserves, and makes MOX Fuel out of it, is that more understandable? Moreover, Rosatom was the first in the world to create an “eternal cycle” - this means non-waste reactors and, accordingly, MOX fuel of a new technological structure, practical implementation is now beginning. Plus, all existing Russian Soviet-era nuclear waste will be processed into this fuel.
          1. Mar.Tirah 19 March 2020 09: 58 New
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            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            don't know yet that the GKChP overthrew

            You may be funny but I don’t ..
            Quote: Sarmat Sanych
            Though you understand what is the difference between enrichment and burial ground?

            Actually, my comment was about the fear of delivering nuclear waste to Russia. So do not take it aside dear. This is another topic. Even if they process the waste that we have in the region, the nearby territory will not be suitable and dangerous for people a hundred years. Goodbye. hi
            1. Sarmat Sanych 19 March 2020 10: 02 New
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              Remember - NO AND NEVER WAS the supply of nuclear waste to Russia, it is even prohibited by law. So understandable?
              Well, and what the burial grounds did in Soviet times is the payment for a nuclear shield. Believe me, the United States is messed up an order of magnitude more. And this is Japan Fukushima is likely to eventually kill.
              1. Mar.Tirah 19 March 2020 10: 26 New
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                Quote: Sarmat Sanych
                Remember - NO AND NEVER WAS the supply of nuclear waste to Russia, it is even prohibited by law. So understandable?

                Yes, it’s clear to me. It’s clear that Putin promised us all his rule. It will be beneficial to change the law with ease.
                Quote: Sarmat Sanych
                Well, and what the burial grounds did in Soviet times is the payment for a nuclear shield. Believe me, the United States is messed up an order of magnitude more.

                I believe. But this is not easier for us. Moreover, pollution continues. As a result of 23 accidents at the SCC reactor production, of which 4 are incidents of the third level on the international scale of events at nuclear power plants, we have the following ecological picture;
                - the maximum average annual concentration of the sum of beta-emitting nuclides in the surface layer of the atmosphere was noted in the village of Naumovka and at site 18 SCC - 315 * 10-6Bq / m3 and 363 * 10-6Bq / m3,
                - the most polluted areas for cesium -137 and other technogenic radionuclides are the Tomsk region and the floodplain of the river. Tom. Moreover, pollution of the river can be traced at n.p. Chernilshchikovo, Sailor, Samus, Kizhirovo, Orlovka. The high content of cesium-137 in soil samples from the north-eastern direction is explained by both regular and accidental releases of SCC. - Plutonium-239 content in soils n.p. Naumovka and Kuzovlevo range from 15 to 18 mCi / km2, which is 5-7 times higher than the background values ​​.- The highest content of radionuclides in the soil was found in the sanitary protection zone of the agricultural complex (cesium-137 to 700 mCi / km2, strontium-90 to 120 mCi / km2, plutonium-239 to 700 mCi / km2). On some islands of the river. According to the sum of only gamma-emitting radionuclides, Tom pollution reaches 1-2 Ci / km2, and in the floodplain, Daisies - up to 15 Ci / km2. Considering that the population of the nearest villages harvests hay on the islands. - When performing aerial gamma-ray surveys on routes north of the protected territory of the SCC, radiation with an energy of 1293 keV belonging to argon-41, which was in the air carried by the south wind from the SCC, was recorded.
                - for phosphorus-32 and sodium-24 amounted to 39% and 78%, respectively, of the standards for maximum permissible discharges established by the authorities of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia. However, according to OSP-72/87 (clause 9.8), in any case, the concentration of radioactive substances in wastewater should not exceed DCB at the place of their discharge into an open reservoir, that is, not even in the river Chamomile, and in the reservoir SKHK. Thus, the SCC repeatedly violated the Basic Sanitary Rules OSP-72/87 and the Sanitary Rules for the Design and Operation of SP-AS-88/93 Nuclear Power Plants over the course of the year.
                - According to various researchers, plutonium-239,240 in the amount of up to 700 mCi / km2 is present in the bottom sediments of the Romashka and Tom rivers, as well as in their floodplains.
                -According to the results of aerial surveys conducted by the Typhoon NPO, the exposure dose rate above the SCH water discharge channel at a height of 50 m exceeded 100 μR / h. In the gamma-radiation spectrum, lines belonging to cobalt-60, zinc-65, cesium-137, sodium-24, etc. were recorded.
                -In the immediate vicinity of Tomsk, at the SCK industrial site, radioactive waste (RW) is injected into underground horizons to a depth of 280-400 m. According to Gosatomnadzor, since 1963, the Siberian Chemical Combine has pumped about 40 million m3 underground. liquid radioactive waste with a total activity of about 1,1 billion Curie.
                -In a number of water intake wells, geologists from Tomsk recorded a uranium content exceeding the background level.
                It should be noted that the deep disposal of liquid radioactive waste does not comply with the Law of the Russian Federation "On Environmental Protection", Article 54, clause 3.
                - In dust samples taken in the attics of houses in the 30-km zone of influence of SCC, -60 cobalt was found (half-life of 5,272 years), the presence of which cannot be explained by any global precipitation, but can only be associated with the activity of SCC.
                - The presence of plutonium-239,240 in soil samples in quantities exceeding the average background level in Russia has been confirmed by various researchers and scientific groups. It is known that the resorption in the body of plutonium increases several times (4–16 times in time) if it appears in the air together with tributyl phosphate, which is constantly present in SCC emissions, but so far, unfortunately, no regulatory documents take into account the combined effect radioactive and chemical pollutants.
                -Normative base
                • SanPin 2.6.1.2523-09 “Radiation Safety Standards (NRB-99/2009)”.
                • SP 2.6.1.799-99 “Basic sanitary rules for ensuring radiation safety”.
                • SP 2.6.1.715-98 (OSPORB-99) “Basic sanitary rules for ensuring radiation safety”.
                • MU 2.6.1.715-98 "Conducting radiation surveys of residential and public buildings."
                • SanPin 2.1.2.1002-00 “Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for residential buildings and premises”.
                • And 3255-85 “Instructions for measuring gamma-ray levels in cities and towns (by pedestrian method)”.
                -
                Here is a closer example. Calculation of cancer incidence after a radiation disaster in 1957 in the Southern Urals showed that a maximum of diseases for all forms of cancer is expected for men in 2012 - 2020. (after 55 - 63 years), for women - in 2016 - 2024. (after 49 - 67 years).
                The list of the long-term effects of radiation becoming known is constantly growing.

                -Main long-term effects of ionizing radiation
                • the occurrence of malignant neoplasms (cancers) of almost any organs (in humans it is most often cancer of the blood (leukemia), skin, bones, breast, ovaries, lungs and thyroid gland);
                • violations of the genetic code (mutations in the reproductive and other cells);
                • development of immunosuppression and immunodeficiency and, as a result, an increase in the body's sensitivity to common diseases;
                • metabolic imbalance and endocrine balance;
                • damage to the organs of vision (clouding of the lens and the occurrence of cataracts);
                • the occurrence of temporary or permanent sterility (damage to eggs, sperm) and the development of impotence;
                • organic lesions of the nervous system, blood and lymph vessels as a result of the death of slowly multiplying cells of the nervous tissue and endothelium (vascular lining);
                • accelerated aging of the body;
                • impaired mental and mental development.
                I already have one liquidator in my family, it’s enough for me under the memorial plate. The state will pay a pension to the family for three generations.
                1. Crimean partisan 1974 19 March 2020 13: 05 New
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                  and at site 18 SKHK - 315 * 10-6Bq / m3 and 363 * 10-6Bq / m3, ....... but they can be more clearly explained. rather, to present information. all sorts of becquerels, siberts. curie. ..i this is what. the most common dosimeter is DP-5 and its versions, the scale in X-rays is simple and understandable, and even though I am a chemist, a dosimetrist didn’t understand anything from the figures given, the rest of the terms also do not understand the terms
                2. maratkoRuEkb 31 March 2020 09: 17 New
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                  you are a very good Troll, they say a fact sheet to you, and you deftly wave it off and put everything in the right light. And since you googled so well about environmental disasters and consequences, then you can look for the environmental situation around Fukushima? And how many fish will die and mutate from radiation in the ocean? How many poor little children will die from toxic fish?
                  Or what are the estimates around Hanford's ecology?
  6. Mouse 19 March 2020 07: 56 New
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    Where are the greens? GretaTunberg where ???? belay
    1. orionvitt 19 March 2020 08: 04 New
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      The Greens and Greta tweet only where indicated.
      1. Mouse 19 March 2020 08: 09 New
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        Who would doubt that....
        The question is purely rhetorical ...
        1. orionvitt 19 March 2020 08: 11 New
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          Yes, in general, no one doubted it. The answer is the same standard.
    2. novel66 19 March 2020 08: 10 New
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      this is democratic free radiation! Vasya hi
      1. Mouse 19 March 2020 08: 19 New
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        Roman, Greetings! hi
        Molecules of "freedom" .... laughing
        1. novel66 19 March 2020 08: 20 New
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          isotopes, Basil, isotopes ... lol
          1. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 40 New
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            Everyone will be given freedom from this life ... hi
            1. Mouse 19 March 2020 08: 42 New
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              Come on Victor! hi
              We will be alive, we will not die! wink
              1. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 44 New
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                Basil, and then, I'm talking about the country of the rising one, although they survived the August 45th, it did not add brains, apparently their islands are overpopulated.
  7. gridasov 19 March 2020 07: 58 New
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    I recall that the Japanese offered 4 billion dollars for the development of technology for the disposal of liquid radioactive waste and pollution. Four nuclear states were included in the development of the technology. The result is Zero. Moreover, the technology as a theoretical methodology was proposed even by Filimonenko I. We significantly improved it. But no one wants to hear. That's how people live.
  8. orionvitt 19 March 2020 08: 02 New
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    At the same time, no one in Japan speaks of an environmental disaster, although it would be strange to call it otherwise.
    And these people forbid us to pick our nose. laughing
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    Suddenly. They also simply pour water into the ocean after cooling the destroyed reactors ...
  10. Azazelo 19 March 2020 08: 23 New
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    Old news ...
  11. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 37 New
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    At the same time, no one in Japan speaks of an environmental disaster, although it would be strange to call it otherwise.


    They have their own philosophy, and gouging all over the world is the same ...
    1. rocket757 19 March 2020 08: 45 New
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      They survived one vigorous crisis, all the more yapping towards those who had so much to them, FORBIDDEN !!! ... and they really have a peculiar philosophy.
      Hi soldier
      1. cniza 19 March 2020 08: 46 New
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        Greetings! hi
        Only to our D.V. this is not easier ...
        1. rocket757 19 March 2020 08: 50 New
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          That is yes. There were enough different "muddies" there, and now the fish "highlighted" appears ... you look, no matter what kind of GODZILLA crawls out of the sea-okeyana!
          1. cniza 19 March 2020 09: 02 New
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            Quote: rocket757
            you look, whatever the GODZILLA crawls out of the sea-okeyana!


            If they continue in the same vein, it will certainly come out ...
            1. rocket757 19 March 2020 09: 23 New
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              If they continue in the same vein, it will certainly come out ...

              They will remove the "film" from nature ... if only to get away from our shores!
              Although not, it’s better not to pollute everything so dangerously everywhere !!! Any "contagion" is only worth appearing, spreading generally everywhere around.
              1. cniza 19 March 2020 09: 26 New
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                Everything would be fine, but what do we leave for our children ...
                1. rocket757 19 March 2020 09: 33 New
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                  This is YES! It was necessary to start thinking about the future \ cares yesterday.
                  Done, done and will continue to be done, but it is obvious that more needs to be done and more thoroughly!
                  1. cniza 19 March 2020 09: 48 New
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                    Otherwise, our children, they will say "not very well" about us ...
                    1. rocket757 19 March 2020 10: 36 New
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                      It's not nice, but ... figs would be with him. The main thing is that if we left the planet to them LIVING, and not half-dead territory for living / survival!
                      1. cniza 19 March 2020 10: 41 New
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                        The English Geographical Society has a curious film about what will happen to the planet if a person disappears? ... after 20 years, it’s already impossible to find traces of a person’s arrival, so not everything is lost.
                      2. rocket757 19 March 2020 10: 56 New
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                        It's like trying ... you can leave indelible marks. FOR CENTURIES!
                      3. cniza 19 March 2020 11: 01 New
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                        They modeled everything and made a computer film - nature quickly cleaned everything up and tidied it up. Over in Venice, dolphins swam into the canals and the fish appeared, and for just a couple of weeks a man just did nothing.
                      4. rocket757 19 March 2020 11: 16 New
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                        They are gay-European, they can, they can scatter all their “dirt” around the planet, the Schaub at the bottom of the lawn and their pond remains clean .... only the garbage will not go anywhere. When there where "stored" over the edge climbs, it will return to the original.
  • Nikolai Grek 19 March 2020 19: 04 New
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    Quote: rocket757
    They survived one major crisis,

    what so anyone can survive !!! request
    1. rocket757 19 March 2020 22: 30 New
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      Now not everyone. Try to drop a tiny little bomb in the price of geyropov ..... "old geyropeytsy" sdris from fade from there faster than the speed of propagation .... sound, for example. There will be only those .... which are new, slightly under-European, because .... but because.
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        Now not everyone.

        Now Japan may not survive !!! request
        1. rocket757 20 March 2020 09: 20 New
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          Different opinions are expressed ... not my topic, only what they say, tsuzuy opinion.
          1. Nikolai Grek 20 March 2020 15: 57 New
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            Quote: rocket757
            Different opinions are expressed ... not my topic, only what they say, tsuzuy opinion.

            Do you think that the Japanese are immune to a nuclear explosion ??? what
            1. rocket757 20 March 2020 18: 21 New
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              There is NO immunity to radiation.
              There is a THEORY of slow mutation, based on studies of the adaptation of living organisms to an increased radioactive background ...
              It will not save from radiation during an explosion, but it will help you stay in the infected area after a certain amount of time, when the radiation level will decrease many times .......
              By the way, we did not discuss the physiological characteristics of the Japanese, but their peculiar attitude to life and to vigorous affairs, in particular.
              1. Nikolai Grek 20 March 2020 21: 17 New
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                Quote: rocket757
                By the way, we did not discuss the physiological characteristics of the Japanese, but their peculiar attitude to life and to vigorous affairs, in particular.

                the reasoning went from the fact that you declared "... They survived one vigorous crisis, ..." !!! I answered you that anyone can survive this way !!! or did they resurrect hundreds of thousands of dead from these attacks ??? or do you think that another country would cease to exist from such a thing ?? !!! what
                1. rocket757 20 March 2020 23: 52 New
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                  Crisis concept ..... may have different aspects. The conversation was about gouging and philosophy in general, this is not about radiation resistance.
  • Servisinzhener 19 March 2020 09: 06 New
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    Here is an example of what is described in the article.

    taken from here: https://cnic.jp/english/?p=3271
  • Mikhail3 19 March 2020 09: 08 New
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    The Japanese are at an impasse. Zugzwang. They themselves are too cowardly and uneducated (their education simply cripples the brain, hardly developing it, just trains memory) to work with radioactive waste, and in general with something dangerous. The Americans built the same speakers ...
    There is no decontamination in Fukushima at all; decomposition products are simply washed off into the sea. Hundreds of tons of water. Everyday. There are no workers, the maximum they will do is try to pick up bags with loader buckets, if one or two breaks, everything will become again. To turn to people from other countries is also unrealistic - face loss! The recognition of their own cowardice will inflict a great wound on their national pride.
    Personally, I am shocked by the fact that they succeeded in pouring these bags.
    1. Butchcassidy 19 March 2020 10: 21 New
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      Let them turn. We will help them rework everything for denyuzhku.
      1. Mikhail3 19 March 2020 11: 48 New
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        In the sense? Will we get the fused core from under the containment? Or let them climb themselves?
        1. Butchcassidy 19 March 2020 12: 38 New
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          I talked about recycling. And not about the search for seized radioactive debris
  • Butchcassidy 19 March 2020 10: 20 New
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    And the main thing is to listen to our liberal fascists-only in Russia, gouging! But taaaam, but niiih!
  • Operator 19 March 2020 12: 10 New
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    In plastic bags is not garbage, but a cut-off topsoil with radioactive fallout around the reactors. For good, they require burial. But there are no free territories like the Chernobyl zone on the Japanese islands.

    By the way, in the relocated Japanese islands there is generally no place for the deployment of nuclear reactors with a mandatory exclusion zone around them. Nevertheless, the Japanese built them there directly on the seashore, in urban areas and all in one place, moreover, in a block with spent nuclear fuel storage facilities.

    Given the ultra-compact design of Japanese reactors and cooling systems, it is not known why Japan has not yet taken off into the air. The neighbors are afraid that it is her, and not some North Korea.
    1. Crimean partisan 1974 19 March 2020 12: 44 New
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      The neighbors are afraid that it is her who needs it, and not some North Korea ... ...... speaking, it surprises me why 11 years of this radioactive chaos are of no concern to anyone. what is the matter with Fukushima complete .. understandably and it was. Particularly lively pressure on the Kuril Islands is confirmed by this, and it’s not surprising that the US media in which the Hawaiians are already filthy, some madmen
      1. Mikhail3 19 March 2020 16: 08 New
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        The US does not want to raise the theme of Fukushima, which they built entirely, and quite a while ago. Reactors that have not been modernized since then, if shown to a large extent, will cause a unanimous howl of all experts. Plus, there is a suspicion that the breeder reactors lurked somewhere, that in general had no gates, they drowned out the entire "free press" tightly.
    2. Mikhail3 19 March 2020 16: 05 New
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      The Japanese islands have huge mountains. In which there are considerable natural caves, and there is also the opportunity, suddenly, to break through deep tunnels, where to bury everything in such a way that no one will reach one hundred thousand years. Or do you insist on the burial in the middle of the best arable land, which there really are few?
  • evgen1221 19 March 2020 13: 00 New
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    But what, this is a progressive west. Collect something like that and throw it away, then forget it. Where do we go to the barbarians with the elimination of CheAS to advanced technologies.)))
  • Torak 19 March 2020 19: 32 New
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    But they have robots dancing!