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Fukushima: Japan's stricken nuclear power plant finally stabilises


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16 Dec 2011

Japan's damaged nuclear power plant has finally stabilised more than nine months after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami triggered the world's worst atomic crisis in decades.

In a long-awaited announcement, Yoshihiko Noda, Japan's prime minister, confirmed that a corner had been turned after workers achieved a state of "cold shutdown" at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Confirmation of its stability marked the end of the crisis phase at the nuclear plant, located 150 miles northeast of Tokyo, after months of extensive work to regain control over crucial cooling functions knocked out by the disaster.

Despite its newfound stability, the nuclear issue remains far from resolved, with its full closure likely to take up to 40 years and the surroundings requiring extensive radiation decontamination before they are once again habitable.

A region spanning 930 square miles of land around the plant, which is roughly the size of Luxembourg, will need to be rigorously cleaned, before the government will consider allowing evacuated residents to return home.

Making the announcement, Mr Noda said: "The reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have reached a state of cold shutdown. Now that we have achieved stability in the reactors, a major concern for the nation has been resolved."

However, he added: "There are many issues that remain. Our battle is not over."

News of the stability of the plant coincided with the arrival of the first pieces of tsunami debris from Japan's disaster zone on beaches in the West Coast of the United States.

Vast expanses of floating debris have slowly been making their way across the Pacific since the powerful tsunami swept inland across Japan's northeastern coastline.

More than nine months after the disaster, oceanographers have now located a series of large black floating buoys, believed to be first pieces of debris washed up onto the shores of the West Coat of the US.

It is believed that the flotsam was the first to hit the West Coast shoreline due to its lack of weight, having been pushed ahead of the main floating debris piles after catching the wind.

The first buoy was displayed in a local college, with experts in the region urging the discovery of debris to be treated respectfully, with any identifiable pieces being returned to Japan.

"All debris should be treated with a great reverence and respect," Curtis Ebbesmeyer, an oceanographer.

Floating rubbish islands stretching dozens of miles in length have been spotted slowly edging away from Japan and towards the West Coast since the March 11 disaster.

From entire segments of wooden homes, furniture and appliances to cars and boats, the rubbish islands are creating growing concern due to environmental pollution as well as shipping hazards.

The possibility of human bodies being included in the debris is also high, bearing in mind the thousands of victims of the disaster who are still missing, believed to have been swept out to sea.




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