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IAEA to send experts to Japan in December to review plan for release of radioactive Fukushima water into Pacific Ocean
Japan says it’s going to release more than one million tons of contaminated water from the ill-fated Fukushima plant into the sea. According to the plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO), a one-kilometer-long underwater tunnel will be built to make sure that radioactive materials don’t make it back to the coast. The discharge is expected to begin as early as the spring of 2023.
The contaminated water at Fukushima is treated by a purification system that removes most radionuclides, except tritium, from it.
I just can not imagine any more of these plants should be turned on