Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant opened for the first time after the earthquake

On February 13, Tokyo Electric Power Company made public for the first time the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which suffered an accident after the “311 northeast earthquake” in 2011, and organized media reporters to take buses to visit it, according to the Xinhua overseas Chinese daily on February 14

the reporter learned at the scene that after the “311 northeast earthquake” in 2011, the No. 1 to No. 4 units of Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant suffered from core meltdown and caused an explosion accident. The nuclear fuel debris has been confirmed in uni2, and the operators are trying their best to deal with the high concentration sewage

it can be seen at the site that many operators are wearing protective clothing and are replacing the former screw closed containers by installing welded containers< On April 19, 2012, units 1 to 4 of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were officially scrapped in accordance with Japan's "electrical business law". However, in August 2013, there was a leakage of wastewater containing high concentration of strontium around uni2. Now, the area where the sewage leakage occurred has been cleaned up and sealed up for pollution by painting, and the disintegration operation is also in smooth progress the reporter also saw that another group of operators were digging out the soil that had been infiltrated by sewage, putting it in a black bag, and then filling it with non polluting soil even if you are sitting in a bus, you can feel that as long as there is an error in the operation process, there is a risk of nuclear radiation. The work of field operators is very arduous fortunately, in the vicinity of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the areas that need to wear protective clothing and protective masks to be accessible are greatly reduced< According to TEPCO, the environment in the operation area has been greatly improved. Although six years have passed since the "311 earthquake" in 2011 and three years have passed since the sewage leakage, it is still fighting with the "past"< 1t is reported that the operators of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant will continue to work hard in high radiation areas, and the waste boiler project is expected to last until 2051 for the sake of operators and living environment, people can only pray for safety, safety and safety

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