The Japanese government will offer around 3.3 billion dollars in reconstruction grants to communities heavily affected by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The move is the second round of grants to be distributed by the Reconstruction Agency. About 1.4 billion dollars, or 43 percent of the latest expenditures, will be used for mass relocation […]
Wednesday May 23rd, at approximately 1700 hours, a beer bottle was discovered in a trash can inside the protected area at Waterford Nuclear Power plant. The bottle was discovered during trash collection by housekeeping personnel who reported the discovery to their supervision. The bottle was determined to contain remnants of moisture and had an odor of […]
May 25th, 2012 – FOIA Archive Release – Fukushima Daiichi – Cooling reactors through drywell – How much of Unit 2 core is still in RPV?
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