Japan Nuclear Incident Update | Daiichi Fukushima TEPCO| Spent Nuclear Fuel Pools

March19, 2011– The “nuclear emergency” at the TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company)  Daiichi Fukushima continues to alarm the world, which is watching and hoping anxiously that a repeat Chernobyl does not happen.The spraying of water from buckets from helicopters may not help much as it is doubtful how much water would actually reach the reactor […]

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Contaminated radioactive water makes workers in nuclear plant sick

Kaiga, Nov29,2009-   Around 55 workers at a nuclear power plant located at Kaiga, Karnataka in southern India reportedly fell sick after they drank water from a drinking water cooler. Investigations have now revealed that the water (supposed to be drinking water) was contaminated with Tritium, a radioactive form of Hydrogen. Officials are now investigating if […]

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