Tuesday, November 15, 2011

the Conditions of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plants Today

. Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Fukushima nuclear reactor, finally re-opened for the crew of media since the tsunami that rocked Japan in March 2011. Several representatives of the Japanese and international media were allowed into the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Japan, Saturday (12/11). For the first time, manager took the media rounds shows reactor conditions that slowly has begun to stabilize. The entire journalist were wearing special protective uniforms for security reasons.
Previously the management refused to give direct access for journalists fearing radiation levels are still too high and may impede the operation to overcome the crisis. The media representatives were allowed into the reactor Fukushima with some Japanese officials are responsible for handling the nuclear crisis.

The media crew had time to see a soccer training complex near the area now used as the basis for reactor cleanup operations. They were then allowed to take some photos of the situation in the Fukushima nuclear power plant.

In general, the media crew members described the condition in the reactor such that the area had long been untouched and very messy. From six reactors in Fukushima, four were severely damaged. Reporter visited one of the damaged reactor.

The reactor Chief, Masao Yoshida, saying that conditions have seen that day is nothing compared to the situation in March. The first week after the tsunami hit, there were very bad condition.

But slowly the reactor been stabilized, although obviously the situation is not as easy for residents who live in the complex around there.

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