Burning debris from Fukushima

Local government officials, rather than objectively scientifically determine whether it was safe or not for the people just accepted the central government political decision to have debris from Fukushima brought and burned in many municipalities and prefectures throughout Japan.

As a result not only the Fukushima people have inhaled radioactive nanoparticles, but also many other people in other locations.

The map below, from year 2012, shows locations where Fukushima debris was burned then, it was really spread all over Japan during the first 3 years, 2011, 2012, 2013.

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Today incineration of Fukushima debris continues in 19 locations in Fukushima prefecture…

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… and some of the Eastern Japan prefectures.

http://blog.goo.ne.jp/flyhigh_2012/e/1c0f117cf0b30ab535f2e74a4534ee3d

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2 thoughts on “Burning debris from Fukushima

  1. It seems that the people who make the decisions in Japan (and in every country of the world) are really not informed or educated on the consequences of their decisions. Did they know that the burning would spread the radioactive particles or did they think the burning would just destroy them and eliminate the radioactivity?

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