Fukushima’s radioactive water is not left, the tank will burst and then the damage will be even bigger

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Fukushima's radioactive water is not left

Fukushima’s radioactive water is not left, the tank will burst and then the damage will be even bigger- Japan will no longer be able to store radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant for a long time. This is because the fixed limit of the tank in which he was depositing this water till now is nearing completion. Once it is full, it will become a big compulsion for Japan to leave it. Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has made it clear that Japan will now release this water into the sea within the next two years. Regarding this, not only in Japan but in many other countries, the voices of protest are also being heard.

Responding to anti-government and government

Those opposing this decision of Japan say that the life of the sea will be on the verge of destruction due to this contaminated water. Also, it can have adverse effects on other things in the sea. However, the Japanese government says that the water they are talking about leaving the sea is radioactive. Therefore, it is not going to adversely affect marine life. At the same time, scientists also say that the level of radioactive substances present in water cannot be reduced. However, scientists are not claiming that after putting this water in the sea, what will be its impact on the life of the people there.

Was damaged in 2011

Let us tell you that the Fukushima nuclear plant was damaged in the devastating earthquake and tsunami of 2011. At that time there were frequent bomb blasts after which the leakage of the radioactive material from the reactor of this plant began to leak. At that time, the Government of Japan decided to collect it in the Fukushima Daichi plant, not immediately putting it into the sea. But now the storage capacity of this plant will be completed next year. In this case, Japan will not be able to store this contaminated water for a long time.

Japan will not be able to hold the radioactive water of the Fukushima nuclear plant for long! Therefore it has become a compulsion for him to leave it in the sea. Significantly, the Olympic Games are to be held in Japan after a few months.

Tokyo (Reuters). Japan will no longer be able to store radioactive water of the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant for a long time. This is because the fixed limit of the tank in which he was depositing this water till now is nearing completion. Once it is full, it will become a big compulsion for Japan to leave it. Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga has made it clear that Japan will now release this water into the sea within the next two years. Regarding this, not only in Japan but in many other countries, the voices of protest are also being heard.

Responding to anti-government and government

Those opposing this decision of Japan say that the life of the sea will be on the verge of destruction due to this contaminated water. Also, it can have adverse effects on other things in the sea. However, the Japanese government says that the water they are talking about leaving the sea is radioactive. Therefore, it is not going to adversely affect marine life. At the same time, scientists also say that the level of radioactive substances present in water cannot be reduced. However, scientists are not claiming that after putting this water in the sea, what will be its impact on the life of the people there.

Let us tell you that the Fukushima nuclear plant was damaged in the devastating earthquake and tsunami of 2011. At that time there were frequent bomb blasts after which the leakage of the radioactive material from the reactor of this plant began to leak. At that time, the Government of Japan decided to collect it in the Fukushima Daichi plant, not immediately putting it into the sea. But now the storage capacity of this plant will be completed next year. In this case, Japan will not be able to store this contaminated water for a long time.

… then the danger will increase

If Japan does not empty the tank, it will increase its chances of bursting, which will be very harmful. In such a situation, if there is a big earthquake or tsunami-like in the year 2011, then the risk of explosion of this tank will be very high. The government says that it is also very important to vacate it and construct a new building here. These will be used to remove debris present in the reactor. This is the reason why PM Suga said after the cabinet meeting that to close this damaged plant it is necessary that the water stored in it be disposed of in time. He said that the only viable option is for the country to release this water into the Pacific Ocean.

Impossible to completely clean the water

Tokyo Electric Power Company, the operator of the Kushima plant, says that it is not possible to separate tritium from this contaminated water. However, the company will filter this water several times before releasing it into the sea and mix a large amount of seawater in it. Only then will this water be released into the sea. By doing this, the radioactive effect of the water will be reduced somewhat.

South Korea says it is irresponsible

This decision of Japan has been termed by South Korea as irresponsible. The Government of South Korea has said that by taking such a decision, it is turning its back on the health concerns of the people. As well as marine