- IAEA Urges Japan To Secure Permanent Sites For Radioactive Waste
VIENNA (Kyodo)--A team of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency submitted a final report to the Japanese government on Tuesday urging Tokyo to secure permanent sites for radioactive waste from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear crisis.
If IAEA pudles are urging Japan to do smth about radioactive waste, you know that the situation is serious.
See: 123 years to process debris at current capacity at Ishonomaki alone http://bit.ly/v9ce3F
also recommended: Proof that IAEA chief is bought and paid for (wikileaks cables).
US embassy cables: New UN chief is 'director general of all states, but in agreement with us'
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