Aversion to food from Fukushima remains high in South Korea

“Although the treatment process cannot remove tritium, the water will be ‘diluted with seawater to bring its radiation level to well within safety standards’, TEPCO has said.” Take note Cumbria – Tritium is the dangerous element in new fusion experiment being touted next to Sellafield. The nuclear industry is completely out of control…except for the PR of course that is working perfectly.

Fukushima 311 Watchdogs

TEPCO’s preparing the public for the release of the accumulated stored radioactive water lying through their teeth as always, with the help of Japanese mainstram media:

‘The water will be diluted with seawater to bring its radiation level to well within safety standards’

Storage tanks for treated radioactive water line the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant in April 2021.

May 16, 2022

Nearly 80 percent of South Koreans want to avoid food products from Fukushima Prefecture regardless of the water-release plan at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, a survey showed.

The Reconstruction Agency conducted the online survey in January and February in 10 countries and regions to gauge international feelings toward Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s plan to discharge treated radioactive water into the sea as early as spring 2023. A total of 2,700 individuals responded.

The survey results, released on April 26, will be used to…

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2 thoughts on “Aversion to food from Fukushima remains high in South Korea

  1. spectric

    The nuclear industry has no future in a world of clean and renewable energy but so many people just see it as a giant milking parlour where there is easy money to be made, yes it is out of control and until someone with credability can make that link between world cancer rates and the nuclear industry then it will continue to put everyone at risk.

  2. Pingback: Aversion to food from Fukushima remains high in South Korea — RADIATION FREE LAKELAND « Antinuclear

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