March 29th, 2011 – Containment Damaged – Pu in soil from reactors – Unit 3 RB contains I-131

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From: Weber, Michael
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:47 PM
To: Borchardt, Bill; Virgilio, Martin
Cc: Evans, Michele; Wiggins, Jim; Boger, Bruce; Batkin, Joshua; LIA06 Hoc; LIA08 Hoc; ET07 Hoc; ET05 Hoc; OST02 HOC; FOIA Response.hoc Resource; Zimmerman, Roy; Leeds, Eric; Sheron, Brian; Johnson, Michael; Haney, Catherine; Casto, Chuck; Dorman, Dan; Brenner, Eliot; Hayden, Elizabeth
Subject: FYI – BACKGROUND MATERIALS for 3 pm IPC SVTC
Attachments: 3-29 Dose Trending for Earthquake and Tsunami Event rev4.pptx

Roy plans to use these materials as background for his participation in today’s Interagency Policy Committee (IPC).

They were compiled by the RST and PMT here in the Ops Center.

They provide a convenient summary of current status of the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power station and the extent of radiological contamination.


From: PMT07 Hoc
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 12:58 PM
To: Zimmerman, Roy
Cc: Hoc, PMT12; PMT07 Hoc; FOIA Response.hoc Resource; RST01 Hoc; OST01 HOC; OST02 HOC; Weber, Michael;
Blount, Tom; Cool, Donald
Subject: BACKGROUND MATERIALS for 3 pm IPC SVTC

Mr. Zimmerman:

Attached please find the PowerPoint presentation requested for the 3 pm IPC SVTC.

This information reflects status from the reactor safety team, and the protective measures team, and shows data from several sources on trending of dose measurements near the facility, and at points further away.

Donald A. Cool
PMT Director

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Highlighted Items

  1. Pu contamination in soil thought to be coming from the reactors
  2. Unit 2, Containment damaged
  3. Unit 3, Primary containment may be intact; however building contains 1-131.

 

March 28th, 2011 – Fukushima Daiichi Background Materials Pages From C141933-02BX-2

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