TOKYO — Dozens of anti-nuclear activists opposed Tuesday to need Japan scrap its strategy to release dealtwith however still radioactive water from a tsunami-damaged nuclear power plant into the sea, which might start this summertime.
”Don’t dump polluted water into sea!” protesters shouted outdoors the Tokyo Electric Power Company Holding’s headoffice in Tokyo, holding banners with their needs such as “Don’t nuke the Pacific,” and “Stop infected water.”
The energy that runs the plant trashed in the 2011 catastrophe has practically completed structure the required centers to release the huge quantities of water, which hasactually been hypothesized to start atsomepoint after June.
“Even after treatment, some radiation remains in the water,” stated Harumichi Saito, an activist from Iwaki, a city south of the trashed plant. “It’s a decades-long, multi-generational task that needto get public agreement.”
The tsunami and earthquake on March 11, 2011, harmed the Fukushima Daiichi plant’s cooling systems, damaging 3 nuclear reactors, triggering their cooling water to endedupbeing extremely radioactive and leakage into the basements of the structures. The water