Yukio Edano held a meeting with the mayor of Nihonmatsu city in Fukushima Prefecture, and promised the mayor that he would instruct TEPCO to pay compensation for related damages.
This is in contrast to TEPCOs previous efforts to claim that radioactive substances that had landed on a golf course in Fukushima Prefecture were no longer the responsibility of the utility, as they had left the site of the crippled reactors.
[toggle_simple title=”Related articles” width=”600″]
- Situation revolving around radioactive gravel from Namie still unclear (enformable.com)
- #Radioactive Construction Sites: 1,000 Sites May Have Used “Contaminated” Crushed Stones in Fukushima (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- #Radioactive Firewood Resulted in 43,780 Bq/Kg Radioactive Ashes in Nihonmatsu City (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- Radioactive Gravel Shipped to 100 Companies – Used in Farms & Golf Courses (enformable.com)
- Edano backs fisherman over TEPCO – Releasing radioactive water into ocean not allowed (enformable.com)
- #Radioactive Apartment in Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima, Measuring 1.2 Microsievert/Hr Inside (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- Fukushima hospitals forced to limit services and reduce number of patients due to Tepco – Official: “We don’t know how long we’ll be able to continue operating under the current circumstances” (enenews.com)
- “Radioactive” Crushed Stones Used over 400 Job Sites in at Least 4 Cities in Fukushima (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- Mainichi: Highly radioactive gravel used at local schools – Anger and anxiety spreading (enenews.com)
- Compensation for Fukushima Residents: Gift Certificates? (ex-skf.blogspot.com)
- Tags: Editorials