Fukushima timeline - September 2011
- 2011年09月25日 (日) Radiation measured in the waters and air ( Fukushima Plant )
No.1 Plant : Air dose 】
▼southern side of The main office: 500 meters north-west of the Unit 2 .
308 μSv/h Time:09:00 September 25, 2011 Winds: northeasterly 1.0 m/s
▼near the West Gate : 1,100 meters west of the Unit 2 .
11.9 μSv/h Time:09:00 September 25, 2011 Winds: northeasterly 1.0 m/s There was no neutron dose detected.
- Man Arrested for Prank Calls to TEPCO
His daily number of calls to the center, designed for inquiries about damages related to the nuclear disaster at the utility's Fukushima No. 1 power plant, reached as many as some 270.
The man admitted the charges against him, saying that he was angry about having to eat radiation-contaminated food, according to the sources.
Demand answers, get arrested. Altough crazy but he made a point. As a result of the catastrophe, this person was irradiated cca 8000 times per second and Tepco is bitching about 270 phone calls per day. Phone calls don't kill. Radiation brought to you by TEPCO does! Where are the arrests of TEPCO executives?
As i have stated before it is more than obvious that Japan government (no matter what face is "at the helm") is completly run by nuclear loby. Also i can safely claim, that for the last six months, Japan is the worst human rights violator in the world. China looks like a rose bud in comparison.
- New Condos To Draw Power From Rooftop Solar Panels
OSAKA (Nikkei)--Daiwa House Industry Co. (1925) will offer condominiums where residents can share a portion of the electricity generated by rooftop solar panels, the company said Monday.
A new 351-unit development in the Osaka suburb of Suita will be equipped with a 170kw solar power system, one of the most powerful of any condo complex in the country, according to Daiwa House.
- Japan to Check Radiation at 1,000 Alcoholic Drinks Plants
Tokyo, Sept. 26 (Jiji Press)--Japan will conduct radiation checks on alcoholic drinks before shipment as well as water used in production at some 1,000 plants across the country, the National Tax Agency said Monday. The figure accounts for about one-third of all alcoholic beverage production facilities nationwide.
- Japanese Restaurants in Middle East Struggling to Secure Foodstuffs
"While European countries impose prefecture-by-prefecture restrictions, Egypt bans Japanese food imports all together," said an official at the Japanese embassy in Cairo.
Egypt is taking care of its citizens better than soviet style EU, where EU officials that no one ever heard about but are supposed to be elected, have raised the levels of permited contamination and are requiring only food from certain prefectures to be monitored.
Food Watch: Radioactive limits of Japanese food increases - google translate
Previously had a radioactivity of cesium-134 and cesium-137 allowed a maximum of 600 becquerels per kilogram . Since last weekend the EU limit for food from affected areas in Japan, however, was significantly increased. For example, should fish oil or spices to their previous value to twenty times higher than what corresponds to 12 500 becquerels per kilogram. The announced Foodwatch and the Environment Institute in Munich, a joint statement. The appropriate Emergency Ordinance 297/2011 on the 27th was Entered into force in March.
Implementing Regulation (EU) No 297/2011 THE COMMISSION of 25 March 2011 imposing special conditions for imports of food and feed, their origin or origin is Japan, after the accident at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima - google translate
So yes, if you live in Europe you are most probably eating contaminated Japanese food.
- Govt Demands TEPCO Improve Compensation Payment Procedures
During talks with TEPCO Executive Vice President Masao Yamazaki at the ministry, Edano said that the company should handle compensation payment procedures from the viewpoint of victims.
Hipocrisy at its finest. This guy should be locked away for life. They are acting like if the whole world didn't know or see the videos of how Japanese government officials remain silent on questions if Fukushima residents don't have human rights or a fact that they intend to return the people in radioactive death zones with countless death traps.
- U.S. secretly asked Japan to help dump nuclear reactors
The United States secretly sought Japan's support in 1972 to enable it to dump decommissioned nuclear reactors into the world's oceans under the London Convention, an international treaty being drawn up at the time.
Countries working on the wording of the pact wanted to specifically prohibit the dumping of radioactive waste at sea.
But Washington wanted to incorporate an exceptional clause in the case of decommissioned nuclear reactors.
If countries would be judged by their actions and not their economic power, USA would top the list of third world countries along with Japan.
- Kirin Brewery's Quake-Hit Sendai Plant Resumes Production
SENDAI (Kyodo)--Kirin Brewery Co. resumed beer production Monday at its plant in Sendai, Miyazaki Prefecture, more than six months after it was devastated by the March earthquake and tsunami.
- Local Assembly Seeks Hamaoka N-Plant's Permanent Halt
Makinohara, Shizuoka Pref., Sept. 26 (Jiji Press)--The city assembly of Makinohara, Shizuoka Prefecture, central Japan, on Monday adopted by a majority a resolution to demand a permanent suspension of Chubu Electric Power Co.'s <9502>Hamaoka nuclear power plant.
Makinohara is the first local municipality within 10 kilometers of the plant, located in neighboring Omaezaki, on the Pacific Coast, to pass such a resolution.
- Fishermen's livelihoods still drowning in Fukushima
Fishing is gradually resuming at ports in Miyagi and Iwate prefectures that were hit hard in the disaster. In Fukushima Prefecture, however, coastal fishing is still suspended even more than six months later, as contamination of fish and other marine products by radioactive materials is continuing.
Again acting like the world didn't see the ocean radiation dispersion projections.
- Demonstrators challenge gov't to build nuclear plant in Tokyo
Dozens of demonstrators rallied in Tokyo on Sunday, challenging Japanese authorities to build a nuclear power power plant in the capital to demonstrate their sincerity about nuclear safety.
About 50 anti-nuclear power demonstrators shouted: “Let’s build a nuclear power plant in Tokyo!”
“If they are not lying about nuclear safety, they might as well bring a nuclear power plant to Tokyo, right?” said organizer Angelo De Rosa, a 45- year-old Italian language teacher based in Tokyo.
Exactly and while at it, they should build radioactive waste disposal sites in the backyard of every single nuclear shill that was telling the people that radiation is safe.
- Fukushima radiation reaches San Francisco Bay Area
Observations Of Fallout From The Fukushima Reactor Accident In San Francisco Bay Area Rainwater
- Fukushima Update 26/09/11 - Burying of Radioactive HOUSEHOLD WASTE 'Challenging'
Burying of radioactive household waste challenging
Japan's environment ministry says that the disposal of radioactive ashes from household garbage is not going well in Tokyo and surrounding areas, partly due to residents' objections.
- Fukushima update 9/26/11
"Off the Charts": Tokyo train radiation dose at 10.6 microsieverts per hour (VIDEOS) Oregon Paper: Radiation from Fukushima exceeds Chernobyl — Now at level unknown to humans or machines — Human rights violations? Asahi: Explosive hydrogen may be coming from melted fuel rods and "accumulating near the top of the containment vessel without being driven out" Unidentified: 100% flammable gas in pipe connected to Reactor No. 1 — TEPCO working to 'prevent blasts' — Unknown where and how gas was created Farmer: Gov't raised contamination standards to limit payment of relocation money High levels of radiation in rice from Obama district — "Set off alarm in the Japanese media" Explosion Danger at Reactor No. 1? Worker says hydrogen levels over 4% in pipe leading to Containment Vessel — Mainichi: "Danger of explosion" if over 4% Highest radiation levels in months inside Reactor No. 1 silt fence (GRAPH) Link to full articles to above headlines here: http://enenews.com/
- Panel sees nuke disaster compensation at $39-$52 billion: Nikkei
(Reuters) - Compensation for the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster will cost at least 3-4 trillion yen ($39-$52 billion), reckons a government-appointed panel looking into Tokyo Electric Power Co's finances, the Nikkei business daily reported.
- Watch amazing footage from Japan shows falling UFO or possibly UARS Satellite
- Iran asks Russia about building more nuke reactors
Ahmadinejad said Iran needs 20,000 megawatts of energy and Bushehr is supplying 1,000 megawatts so the country still needs 19,000 megawatts.
- Bulgaria's Kozloduy nuclear plant closes unit 6 for scheduled repairs
A year after undergoing its scheduled maintenance repairs, which took longer than expected, Bulgaria's Kozloduy nuclear power plant (NPP) again disconnected from the grid its sixth unit for planned repair work, the company said on September 26.
- EDF Energy shuts down Hartlepool reactor to refuel
LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - EDF Energy , Britain's largest nuclear power producer, shut down its 620-megawatt (MW) Hartlepool 2 nuclear reactor on Saturday for refuelling, a spokeswoman said late on Sunday.
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