Tag: Wastewater

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Concerned about Japan’s decision to dispose of nuclear wastewater by means of marine discharge

China News Agency, Moscow, April 14 (Reporter Wang Xiujun) Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zakharova issued a statement on the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 13th, saying that she felt that the Japanese government decided to dispose of nuclear waste water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident by means of marine discharge. Concerned, and hope that the Japanese side will clarify the relevant plans in detail.


Ten years have passed since the Fukushima nuclear accident, and Japan has raised pollution into the sea. These endgames are still difficult to solve

   China News Service, April 10 According to a report by Hong Kong’s Ta Kung Pao on the 10th, 10 years have passed since the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, but the work of cleaning up the mess is still not over. In addition to the unresolved nuclear waste water problem, the Japanese government is also facing the cleanup of highly radioactive nuclear fuel debris. Tens of thousands of people in Fukushima Prefecture have a hard time returning home…


Australian research says wastewater testing helps detect new coronavirus earlier

Xinhua News Agency, Canberra, December 11 (Reporter Yue Dongxing Bai Xu) The Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization issued a communiqu on the 10th, saying that a new study they conducted with researchers at the University of Queensland showed that wastewater testing can cause symptoms in people infected with the new coronavirus. The discovery of the new coronavirus in the community a few weeks ago will help build a targeted early detection system.


To prove that the discharge of nuclear waste water is harmless, Yoshihide Suga prepares to try it on his body, but frowns at the cup to the mouth.

In order to deal with the Fukushima nuclear power plant leakage caused by the 311 earthquake, Tokyo Electric Power Company injected a large amount of seawater into the core for cooling. At present, more than 1.2 million tons of nuclear waste water have been stored. The Japanese government decided to discharge all of them into the sea. As soon as it came out, it attracted strong condemnation from the international community, and Japan could only announce the suspension of implementation.


Fukushima nuclear waste water contains huge amounts of radioactive elements, which have been harmful for nearly 5400 years, or alter human genes

According to the Daily Business News quoted Japanese media reports on October 26, the well-known western environmental protection organization”Greenpeace International” issued a report a few days ago that the nuclear waste water of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan contains radioactive elements tritium and carbon-14. Both radioactive elements may cause excessive radiation hazards to the human body, and even further threaten human DNA health and life safety.


perish together? The Japanese government wants to discharge one million tons of”poisonous water” into the sea, expert:3 years affect the world

[Editor/Author Ten o’clock Express INU every day] Introduction:Our country’s neighbor, Japan, has suffered several natural and man-made disasters before. This has also led to many historical problems that have not been resolved. Just recently, the Japanese media stated that the Japanese government really has no way to solve a remaining problem, and it will make the next important decision to leave this problem to the responsibility of all mankind.