Fukushima : 40% des premiers liquidateurs n'avaient pas de dosimètre. Un ouvrier qui avait travaillé sur le site de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima, une semaine après la catastrophe de l’an dernier, s’est aperçu que son taux de globules blancs a fortement augmenté, rapporte le quotidien japonais l'Asahi Shimbun.
Or il ne portait pas de dosimètre, et cet homme dans la trentaine s’inquiète de ce qu’un éventuel futur cancer soit reconnu comme maladie professionnelle. Tepco, l’opérateur de la centrale, indique que 7.766 personnes ont travaillé sur le site de Fukushima n° 1 entre le 15 mars et le 31 mars 2011, dont 3.077 (39,6%) n’avaient pas de dosimètre. Pendant ces 17 jours, seul un représentant de chaque groupe de travail portait un appareil, et tous les membres du groupe devaient reporter sur leur registre la même indication que sur son dosimètre. C’était une mesure d’urgence expliquée par le fait que la plupart des 5.000 dosimètres de la centrale avaient été emportés par le tsunami. Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Reactor Latest News Real-Time Updates.
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A friend passed along some information that France’s Tricastin nuclear facility has been temporarily closed after approximately 30 cubic meters (75 kilograms) of liquid containing unenriched uranium spilled from an overflowing reservoir. The liquid seeped into the ground and also reached the Gaffiere and Lauzon rivers. The Tricastin facility, which is operated by Areva/Socatri, is located at Bollene in the south of France, 40 km from the tourist city Avignon. Tricastin has both nuclear reactors and a radioactive waste treatment plant. The leak occurred Monday night, but people in the affected areas were not told about the problem until 10:00 AM Tuesday. People in nearby towns have been warned not to drink water or eat fish caught in the rivers since Monday.
Japan Scrambles to Avert Nuclear Meltdowns. Hosted2.ap. Day 2. Massive earthquake hits Japan. UPDATE 8: 9.48pm GMT Nuclear reactors shut down during today's massive earthquake in Japan.
Work to stabilise three reactors at Fukushima Daiichi continues into the morning. The magnitude 8.9 quake hit at 2.46pm, centred offshore of the city of Sendai on the eastern cost of Honshu island. Serious secondary effects followed including a significant tsunami causing widespread destruction. The quake comes just two days after one of magnitude 7.3 also offshore in the same general region. The Japan Atomic Industry Forum (JAIF) issued a notice saying all reactors in the north-eastern part of Japan had shut down automatically. Tohoku Electric Power Company's Onogawa 1 suffered a fire in the non-nuclear turbine building which took eight hours to extinguish. A tsunami warning was issued for most of the Pacific Ocean, including Taiwan, but reactors there operated normally throughout.
Fukushima Daiichi Researched and written. Nuclear Crisis at Fukushima. As of 2:30 pm EST Friday 3/11/11: The massive earthquake off the northeast coast of Japan has caused a potentially catastrophic situation at one of Japan’s nuclear power plants.
The situation is still evolving, but here is a preliminary assessment based on the facts as we currently understand them. The plant’s owner, Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), reported that at 2:46 p.m. local time (12:46 a.m. Japan earthquake and tsunami: State of emergency after nuclear power plant crippled. By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 19:20 GMT, 12 March 2011 Pressure rises to 2.1 times normal levelExperts warn the situation 'could turn grave'
Séisme au Japon: Tokyo déclare une situation d'urgence nucléaire - Une petite fuite nucléaire pourrait s'être produite selon le ministre de l'Industrie, Banri Kaieda. Disclaimers: The reader is responsible for discerning the validity, factuality or implications of information posted here, be it fictional or based on real events.
Moderators on this forum make every effort to review the material posted on this site however, it is not realistically possible for our staff to manually review each post. The content of posts on this site, including but not limited to links to other web sites, are the expressed opinion of the original authors or posters and are not endorsed by, or representative of the opinions of, the owners or administration of this website. The posts on this website are the opinion of the specific author or poster and should not be construed as statements of advice or factual information. » Japan Declares Nuclear Emergency After Devastating Earthquake Alex Jones. Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com March 11, 2011 The horrifying consequences of the biggest earthquake to hit Japan since records began are only just beginning to be discovered, with the tsunami that followed causing massive devastation and engulfing cities and airports, leading to the declaration of a nuclear emergency at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant after efforts to cool malfunctioning reactor cores failed.
The 8.9 magnitude quake that struck Japan’s north eastern coast this morning sent 30 foot high waves sweeping through impacted areas and the death toll is climbing by the hour. But an even greater tragedy could be imminent after Japanese authorities declared a nuclear emergency following technicians’ failure to pump water to cool a nuclear reactor plant located in the town of Okuma. “The system to cool reactor cores in case of emergency stopped at the No. 1 and No. 2 reactors of the plant operated by Tokyo Electric Power Co., it said.”
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The radiation levels are not high enough to pose a risk to people. Update: Saturday, 8:28AM ET: Power cable connected to reactors 1 and 2. Engineers will try to restart pumps at these reactors on Sunday morning. There is no guarantee that the pumps still work (and given the number of explosions and fires at the plant, it wouldn't be surprising if they didn't). Update 14:38: According to Reuters, electricity can now be supplied to the plant.