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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

TEPCO's water decontamination plan


TEPCO's water decontamination plan
NHK WORLD - Japan Broadcasting Corporation
The operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant has released an estimate of the amount of highly-radioactive water it expects to decontaminate in the next 3 months.


Tokyo Electric Power Company said Wednesday it plans to reduce the amount of contaminated water at the facility by some 34,000 tons. At this point, 120,000 tons have accumulated at the plant.


TEPCO started an operation on Monday to use the decontaminated wastewater as coolant and re-circulate it back into the damaged reactors.


But the procedure has been stopped twice since then because of pipe leaks. TEPCO workers temporarily halted the system on Wednesday after they detected a leak at a storage tank for decontaminated water.


The utility maintains the system holds the key to stabilizing the reactors and reducing the amount of contaminated water at the plant.


TEPCO's estimate of how much water will be filtered over the next 3 months is based on the assumption that the new setup will function at 90 percent capacity. Right now, the system is only operating at 55 percent capacity.
Thursday, June 30, 2011 05:41 +0900 (JST)

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