TEPCO Confirms I-131 Still One of Three Main Nuclides Found In Seawater Near Unit 1 to 4

We reevaluated the nuclide analysis results of the samples taken during October 1 – 15 from the atmosphere in the station site, seawater / marine soil around the station, seawater around the intake of Unit 1 to 4, sub-drain water around the turbine buildings, sub-drain water around the Centralized Radiation Waste Treatment Facility and seawater offshore of Ibaraki and Miyagi Prefectures.

Today we reported the confirmed results to the NISA of METI and the Fukushima Prefecture.

We will also reevaluate and report nuclide analysis results on atmosphere in the station site, seawater around the station, etc. taken on and after October 16.

*the three main nuclides are Iodine-131, Cesium-134 and Cesium-137.

October 31, 2011, near the water intake side about 1-4 Unit Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station The conduct sampling and analysis revealed that radioactive isotopes contained in water, by the paper as, radioactive material was detected.  For the above results, today, or contact match and NISA, Fukushima Was.  In the future, we have decided to implement a similar sampling.  Or more

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