Something Just Went BEZERK in Bay of Tokyo. The China and S. Korea Govts tried to sink a Japanese idea to dump water from FUKUSHIMA

U.S. partners South Korea and Taiwan joined China in opposing Japan’s plan to release radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean starting in about two years.

The three Asian governments, all with coastlines nearby, swiftly criticized Japan’s announcement Tuesday that it would conduct controlled releases that are expected to last for several decades. South Korea said the move posed a risk to the marine environment and the safety of neighboring countries, while China said it reserved the right to take further action.

“Despite doubts and opposition from home and abroad, Japan has unilaterally decided to release the Fukushima nuclear wastewater into the sea before exhausting all safe ways of disposal and without fully consulting with neighboring countries and the international community,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters in Beijing. “This is highly irresponsible.”

The U.S., on the other hand, said the approach appeared to be in line with global standards while the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said the global body would help ensure the plan is carried out “without an adverse impact on human health and the environment.”

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“Disposing of the treated water is an unavoidable issue for decommissioning the Fukushima nuclear power plant,” Japan Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said.

The petition noted that the Japanese government and Tokyo Electric Power Company should be held responsible for the major accident at the nuclear power plant.

Many Japanese netizens also objected to the decision.

The Japanese government should have invited the IAEA to investigate the waste water and demonstrated the safety of the treated water to the international community, said one netizen.

If it was really okay to release the waste water into the ocean, the IAEA should endorse it and dump it into Tokyo Bay, read another comment.

“I am a citizen of Fukushima Prefecture. The decision was cruel,” said a netizen, noting that “the image of the prefecture and the local fishery industry will 100 percent be damaged, something only the immediate victims would know.”

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Japan’s government announced a decision to begin dumping more than a million tons of treated but still radioactive wastewater from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean in two years.

The plant was severely damaged in a 2011 magnitude 9.0 quake and tsunami that left about 20,000 people in northeast Japan dead or missing.

Despite Tokyo’s assurances that discharging wastewater will not pose a threat to people or the environment, the decision was roundly criticized by the local fishing community, environmental groups and Japan’s neighbors. Within hours of the announcement, protesters rallied outside government offices in Tokyo and Fukushima.

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“On the premise of strict compliance with regulatory standards that have been established, we select oceanic release,” Japan’s government said in a statement after Cabinet ministers finalized the decision. The water will be further treated and diluted, and the release will begin in two years, and take decades to complete.



h/t Digital mix guy


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