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Japan May Dump Wastewater From Fukushima Facility Into Ocean

Newsy Friday, 16 October 2020
Japan May Dump Wastewater From Fukushima Facility Into OceanWatch VideoJapanese media says the government is leaning toward a plan to slowly dump more than 1 million tons of treated radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear disaster into the sea starting in 2022. 

The question of what to do with the wastewater has been a contentious point for some time. But now, the Japanese...
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