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Nuclear Watch: Fukushima More radioactive materials released after crisis 12/21/2014


Nuclear Watch: Fukushima More radioactive materials released after crisis 12/21/2014

 


Tepco released photos of Reactor 1 / Fuel handling machine hung just above SFP


Tepco released photos of Reactor 1 / Fuel handling machine hung just above SFP - Fukushima Diary
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Fukushima Unit 4 100% Emptied Of All Fuel


Fukushima Unit 4 100% Emptied Of All Fuel
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Hacker posts design blueprints of South Korean nuclear reactors.

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Hacker posts nuclear plant blueprints
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Nuclear Watch: Fukushima 1,331 units of spent fuel + Building Shooting Oct 31-Dec 4 12/20/2014


Nuclear Watch: Fukushima 1,331 units of spent fuel + Building Shooting Oct 31-Dec 4 12/20/2014

 


Poor welds delay cleanup of Fukushima Nuke disaster contaminated water

http://www.ishn.com/articles/100290-poor-welds-delay-cleanup-of-fukushima-nuke-disaster-contaminated-water


Poor welds delay cleanup of Fukushima Nuke disaster contaminated water
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The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station disaster in March 2011 is still a “hot” story more than three years after the incident. The operating company TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Co.) is cleaning up the site and continues to battle problems with tons of contaminated water being stored…



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M5.8 hit Fukushima offshore / 2 more major quakes in close area


M5.8 hit Fukushima offshore / 2 more major quakes in close area - Fukushima Diary
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As of Saturday evening JST, unit 4 at Fukushima Daiichi has been emptied of all nuclear fuel. Workers had removed all of the spent nuclear fuel earlier this month that had created a severe risk at the plant. The risk from the damaged spent fuel pool had caused international criticism that eventually prompted TEPCO to fast track the removal. The spent fuel pool had been found to have cracks and other damage in April of 2011. With all of the fuel removed the serious risk from this unit is now over. TEPCO will still have to safely remove all the radioactive steel in the building and deal with dismantling the remaining sections of the damaged structure. The new was reported by Japan Today, TEPCO has not released a press release on the news yet. http://www.japantoday.com/category/national/view/tepco-completes-removal-of-all-fuel-rods-from-fukushima-no-4-reactor?utm_campaign=jt_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=jt_newsletter_2014-12-21_AM image credit | fanpop.com This article would not be possible without the extensive efforts of the SimplyInfo research team Join the conversation at ...
   
 
 
     

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On Thursday, a supervisor at the Brunswick nuclear power plant in North Carolina was administered a follow-up fitness for duty test.  The test administered to the supervisor resulted in a confirmed positive result...

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