Japan’s Radioactive Water
To discharge or not to discharge
By Todd Crowell
The government of Japan is caught between a classic rock and a hard place, having kicked off an international furor over what to do with thousands of tonnes of cooling contaminated water now stored in hundreds of tanks on the site of the earthquake-damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi power station, which the government wants to discharge into the …
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