Japan’s nuclear crisis minister promotes radiation reducing technology

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Japan‘s nuclear crisis minister says the government may develop technology to cut radiation and the volume of waste from the Fukushima nuclear accident.

He said there will be no progress in that process unless irradiated soil can be temporarily stored in the contaminated area.

He said it is not fair to nearby residents to leave such waste for long periods, so a storage facility will have to be created in Fukushima prefecture for the mid-term.

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