Japanese Government asked to set radiation level for shipping – but no standard set

A Fukushima gravel company association has told its 34 member companies to check radiation levels before shipping and let clients know the results. The association has asked the national government to set a radiation level standard for shipping, but as yet no standard has been set.

 

Source: Mainichi

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