From: BreskoVic, Clarence
Sent: Friday, March 11, 2011 1:56 PM
To: Breskovic, Clarence
Subject: Japan: Radioactive Steam Could Be Released From Troubled Plant
Radioactive Steam Could Be Released From Troubled Plant
Tokyo Kyodo World Service 1819 GMT 11 Mar 11
Tokyo, March 12 Kyodo — Japanese authorities are nearing a decision to release radioactive steam from a troubled nuclear reactor, industry minister Benri Kaieda said Saturday.
Kaieda was referring to the rising pressure inside the No. 1 reactor of the Fukushima No. 1 plant, which was hit by a powerful earthquake Friday.
- March 11th, 2011 – NRC 23:15 Telecon Fukushima – Reactor 2 containment pressure almost double of design basis (enformable.com)
- March 17th, 2011 – Draft EDO Update – Concern about SFP at Fukushima Daiichi – 50 Mile Evacuation (enformable.com)
- Palisades Nuclear Plant Venting Radioactive Steam After Leaks Discovered in Cooling System (enformable.com)
- Completion of Cover Construction at Reactor Building of Unit 1 of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (enformable.com)
- Photos Show Ground Incapable of Supporting Equipment – TEPCO Attempting To Trap Radiation Underground With Metal Plates (enformable.com)
- Officials Give Another Fuzzy Claim About Setagaya radiation dose measurements, again ‘no health hazard’ despite jumping from 110 uSv/hr to 170 uSv/hr (enformable.com)
- Japanese Reactor Research Educator – “What’s the point of cold shutdown now we know fuel is no longer sound?” (enformable.com)
- Who Fears A Radioactive Graveyard If It’s In the Ocean? – Japanese Officials & Experts Late Decision to Expand Testing Around Fukushima Daiichi (enformable.com)