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1254 Fuel Assemblies Removed From Fukushima Unit 4


1254 Fuel Assemblies Removed From Fukushima Unit 4
TEPCO reported that as of September 16, 2014 they have removed 1254 fuel assemblies from unit 4's fuel pool. This leaves 279 assemblies remaining for removal. http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/decommision/...

TEPCO Gets Approval To Concrete Tunnels At Fukushima Daiichi


TEPCO Gets Approval To Concrete Tunnels At Fukushima Daiichi
As part of the ongoing work to install the frozen wall around the reactor buildings at Fukushima Daiichi, concreting some of the tunnels has now been added to the list. The tunnels on the sea side ...

Second Barrel At Risk At WIPP As Explosion Cause Investigated


Frustration Reigns Around WIPP Incident


Whale meat now on the menu at LDP's headquarters - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun


Whale meat now on the menu at LDP's headquarters - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun
Ruling party advocates of whaling tucked into whale meat curry at a restaurant inside the party's headquarters in Tokyo on Sept. 19 to thumb their noses at the International Whaling Commission.


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Nuclear restarts in Japan have taken a political turn. Japan’s industry minister revived previous administration’s claims that Japan “needs” nuclear power, citing claims of energy independence. Japan has no domestic uranium resources so even their nuclear program is dependent on importing nuclear fuel materials. The country has long tried to make a fuel reprocessing program work but has run into the reality of costs and viability. The minister also brought back the nuclear safety myth, insisting that the new regulator that has recently seen some of its key members replaced with industry friendly appointees has “the world’s strictest safety guidelines” Meanwhile PM Abe was out touting the nuclear safety myth at the UN, claiming safety to be “100% restored” as he pushed for reactor restarts in Japan. Japanese politicians pushed for new nuclear reactors to be built. The concept they were touting is something that is a concept that hasn’t even been ...

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According to the head of the French Nuclear Safety Authority, Electricite de France SA (EDF) – the largest generator of nuclear power in the world, is unable to keep up with maintenance needs...

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