A portal site connecting Fukushima and the World

» The government will spend 47 billion yen to deal with the radioactive water accumilation

According to the government source on Sep 3rd, the government will spend over 47 billion yen on emergency measures to deal with the huge volume of radioactive water accumulating at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.PM. Abe says this issue can no longer be handled by TEPCO alone. The emergency spending under the fiscal 2013 budget is likely to cover the cost of steps to prevent a further increase in contaminated water and to boost the capacity of facilities that can reduce the radiation level of toxic water stored at the plant.

<Media Report>

Japan to spend ¥47 billion to deal with water crisis at Fukushima No. 1(Japan Times)

Japan to spend up to $500 million to fix Fukushima nuclear crisis (Reuters) 

URGENT: Gov’t to spend over 40 bil. yen to fight Fukushima toxic water (Kyodo News)

Fukushima leaks: Japan pledges $470m for ‘ice wall’ (BBC)

Gov’t to spend 47 bil. yen to fight Fukushima toxic water (Mainichi Newspaper)

Government to spend ¥47 billion to tackle water problem at Fukushima plant (Asahi Newspaper)

 

 

 

 


Tags:, , , ,

Author

janic

janic

JJNews

receive_update

Fukushima Stories&Facts