Hawaii employing radiation detector at debris landing sites

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This last week, officials in Hawaii received a $15,000 portable radiation detection device, paid for with federal grants, which will make it quicker to test potentially dangerous marine debris.

“Not only do you know the amount of radiation that is being emitted from this source, but also know the isotope,” explains Court Chambers, EMS Medical Analyst.

Federal and state agencies have similar technology and are working together to recover tsunami debris.

Source: KHON News

 

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  1. We need to have these radiation detectors at every major grocery store in every state across the USA, so that people will not be feeding themselves or their families any radioactive particles in our food supply.

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