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Fukushima Site Leaking Radioactive Wastewater

Radioactive water has been found leaking from storage tanks at the site of the Fukushima reactors which melted down in the wake of the 2011 tsunami. Three of the eight reactors at the site melted down after cooling systems failed due to damage caused by the tsunami.

Storage tanks have been built near the crippled reactors to store the great quantities of water being used to cool off the buy brand name cialis from canada damaged reactor cores. The melted reactors will need to buy propecia without prescription be cooled off for years before further decontamination work can take place.

The leak has been classified as a low-level (Level 1) incident, but still, the radioactivity of levitra canada the leak has been characterized as "equivalent to the limit for accumulated exposure over five years for nuclear workers."

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written by jamie holland, August 22, 2013
I'm not 100% sure they built new tanks to house the contaminated water. Most storage tanks can last 10 years without need of repair or replacement. I think they used older tanks and usefull link soft levitra that's what has caused the leaks.
use the whaling money
written by doug paige, August 23, 2013
It sounds like they should have used the money donated for a humanitarian cause (but diverted to kill whales instead) for a better storage system.

Also can someone please explain why these tanks are designed to be safe for 10 years? Does that even begin to address the problem?
written by InspireChange, August 29, 2013
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The film features the voices of the people and workers about the reality of the best site search levitra the disaster. It shows what this means not only for the people of Japan but the people of the world as the US government and nuclear industry continue to push for more new plants and government subsidies. This film breaks the information blockade and the cover-up by the corporate media in Japan, the US and around the world that seeks to convince the the best choice where can i buy levitra public that Fukushima is over.
written by Edward Jason, August 30, 2013
This is set to be alarming,they must have radioactive proper disposals as a part of the corporate responsibility.

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